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Wayne Rooney Red For Life?

Wayne Rooney Red For Life?

Wayne Rooney says he is happy to be a Red for life.

The 20-year-old England and Manchester United striker, who is signed up at Old Trafford until 2010 says he would happily extend his contract because 'There is something that is very special about the club and I want to be part of that for as long as I can.'

Rooney told the Sunday Mirror: 'People say I could now have my pick of clubs but this is where I want to be. I want to extend my contract. I don't want to go anywhere else. I look at people like Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs and I want to be here as long as they have. This is a big club and no-one I know ever wants to leave.'

'I want to win everything - the Premiership, the Champions League and, yes also, the World Cup. It might not happen, but that's what my aim is. That's the reason I'm in football.'

He also says he has no regrets coming to Manchester United 'I came here because when I was growing up they were the team that won everything and I believe I can achieve what I want to achieve here.'

The club are currently waiting on news as to whether the hot shot will be suspended for the first three matches of the new season following his (and Scholes) red cards v FC Porto. At the moment it looks unlikey that the FA will ban them.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Cantona
Date:Monday August 7 2006
Time: 1:07PM

Comments

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Didn't he once wear a shirt stating 'Once a blue, always a blue' or something like that for Everton? Didn't take him long to move on from there....not that I'm trying to be cynical but if things go wrong at Man U he won't worry too much about moving onto better things.
manchatter
07/08/2006 13:12:00
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i cant see that happening ure the biggest club in the world why would he want to leave?
green giant 12
07/08/2006 18:56:00
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biggest club in the world? HA!!!!!!
Aamir
08/08/2006 21:47:00
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aamir its better then ur saudi arabia clubs
carrickisours
09/08/2006 15:54:00
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I think he needs to move on to a club where his temprement and attitude will be bought into line
Druss_the_Legend
10/08/2006 08:06:00
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carrickisours - you racist smug. Im not saudi, im english (sounds like you think all english people have english names) and i support liverpool
Aamir
11/08/2006 14:48:00
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ha ha aamir
carrickisours
11/08/2006 21:13:00
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**** U
Aamir
15/08/2006 17:33:00
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