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Rooney Gets Ferguson Backing

Rooney Gets Ferguson Backing

With the world and his dog keen to heap scorn on Wayne Rooney following his red-card last Friday evening, Sir Alex Ferguson has sprung to his defence.

Sir Alex, who probably knows the player better than any other manager, isn`t fazed by the fiery temper that often lands Wayne in hot water, instead he sees it as a trait to admire, commenting,

"Obviously he`ll be disappointed."

"It was one of those reflex actions by the boy He`s been tackled and he`s reacted."

"He`s got the fiery temper which to my mind is not the worst thing in the world."

"He`s shown tremendous improvement in terms of his temperament, his reactions to tackles, over the last few years."


But he`s never quite eliminated that overwhelming desire to do the unexpected has he!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday October 12 2011
Time: 4:37PM

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It's just typical Rooney to act out when he gets frustrated. He really has got to stop it as he's just making himself a scapegoat.
TheFamousNo7
13/10/2011 10:34:00
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