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The Madness of Wayne Rooney

The Madness of Wayne Rooney

With the stage set and England comfortably on the way to a win in Montenegro, Wayne Rooney, once again, pushed the self destruct button.

Now I`ve defended Wayne time and time again, I`ve glossed over the manic outbursts, the wayward streak, the temper tantrums and all the other problems associated with being a genius, hell I`ve even over-looked that manic hairstyle he seems so proud of these days, but last, night, last night, what the f*ck was that all about son?

We know the tabloid press have dug up some dirt on your family, we know the betting cam might have put some unwanted pressure on you, but last night was unforgivable, lashing out like some petulant schoolboy and letting your country down.

So what if you apologised, it doesn`t change the fact that after controlling that temper of yours for so long you`ve once again shown that when the chips are down there`s the possibility you can`t cut the mustard.

Look in the mirror this morning Wayne, take a long hard look at yourself and have a f*ckin word with yourself. England doesn`t expect that from a talented genius!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday October 8 2011
Time: 12:14PM

Comments

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How ironic that you should have this article a few places above one with the title "Rooney's level headed approach".
fifthcolumnblue
08/10/2011 15:21:00
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Hey fifthcolumnblue--your goalkeeper, Joe Hart supported Rooney. He called the referee pathetic for the sending off. Hart should shut up, the only pathetic person on that pitch last night was Wayne Rooney. He has got to have a screw loose. What a stupid prat the guy is.
Philto
08/10/2011 19:49:00
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I agree that shrek acted stupidly and deserved to be sent off, but I'm not going to castigate Joe Hart for sticking up for a team mate, no matter how much I disagree with what he said.
fifthcolumnblue
08/10/2011 20:48:00
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Rubbish, Joe Hart had no business sticking up for Rooney and as far as saying the ref made a pathetic decision shows how stupid Hart is.
Philto
08/10/2011 22:32:00
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The kick detracted from what was a very poor England performance. He has given the media their scapegoat once again.
TheFamousNo7
09/10/2011 13:59:00
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At least he's not as bad as Balotelli though, eh TF7?
Bluedub
09/10/2011 16:41:00
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lol - that kind of silenced him did it not!
Red Boy
09/10/2011 19:04:00
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