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Rooney Looks to Finish it Quickly

We could well have done without that Russian impersonating linesman at Stamford Bridge yesterday, but, in the long run, will it make any difference?

Wayne Rooney, ahead of our massive fixture against Arsenal this afternoon, would like to think not with our star forward hoping to wrap up that history making 19th title in the next two games, when he commented to the media,

"Arsenal is a massive game for us and hopefully we can do well there. I hope we can win the title in the grand manner."

"It would be fantastic to beat Arsenal and then Chelsea at home and win the league with two games left."

"But they are two top teams and we have to be professional in the way we approach them."


Two top teams but two very beatable teams we`d infer!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 1 2011

Time: 12:00PM

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Hopefully the hunger and desire reflects in the performances and I would be delighted to see us wrap up this title as early as possible. Take it slow and rest towards a Champions League final hopefully, regardless of the FA deciding who's our best starting eleven.
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