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Rooney Leads the Way!

As England racked up a pretty convincing win in Sofia last night, against Bulgaria, it was Wayne Rooney that led the charge.

Rooney, on a hot-scoring streak at the moment, netted twice in the 3-0 win and after the game had this to say to the assembled media hacks,

"We have one foot in the finals. Wales winning as well puts u sin a great position. If we win on Tuesday, I`m sure we will qualify."

"Ours was a good performance from the whole team and we fully deserved three points."

"I`m enjoying my football. I`ve a hunger about me and I want to prove myself again. Hopefully I`m doing it."


I`d say you certainly are. The Rooney we`re witnessing at the moment is afar cry from the dejected figure that strolled around the pitch this time last year.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday September 3 2011

Time: 2:04PM

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By far Englands best player on the pitch and it was a breath of fresh air to see some players deserving of a place playing. Some hope has been restored but to be honest with the squad Capello's got you've got to expect England to beat Bulgaria. Wales should be a win but with England the simplest of games can be a struggle. Can't help but feel when the Euro does come around we will see the usual eleven.
TheFamousNo7
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03/09/2011 15:11:00

By far Englands best player on the pitch and it was a breath of fresh air to see some players deserving of a place playing. Some hope has been restored but to be honest with the squad Capello's got you've got to expect England to beat Bulgaria. Wales should be a win but with England the simplest of games can be a struggle. Can't help but feel when the Euro does come around we will see the usual eleven.
TheFamousNo7
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03/09/2011 15:11:00

Not playing Lamps helped, but Barry and Downing were pretty poor - I really liked watching Parker turn round - you could see he was frustrating the Bulgarians with the number of fouls on him!
Youth will be the way forward, and I hope Fab Cap drops more 'older' players from the finals and picks the best squad if we get there...
niteworlok
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05/09/2011 10:35:00

Not playing Lamps helped, but Barry and Downing were pretty poor - I really liked watching Parker turn round - you could see he was frustrating the Bulgarians with the number of fouls on him!
Youth will be the way forward, and I hope Fab Cap drops more 'older' players from the finals and picks the best squad if we get there...
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05/09/2011 10:35:00

 

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