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With speculation rife, in the press this morning, suggesting relations between Sir Alex Ferguson and Wayne Rooney are not all they should be, Rooney, after the game at the Etihad Stadium, was quick to dispel these inferences.

Speaking to the ITV commentator afterwards, Wayne had this to say,

'Everything which had been in the press is a load of nonsense. There are no problems with me at this club, I want to be at this club for a long time."

Is that an end to these stories?

I doubt it!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 8 2012

Time: 3:57PM

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You deserve eahc other. Big kiss, MWAH!

MTW doesn't mind footballers kissing the crest on their shirts if they're bonafide fans of the club or have fostered a genuine relationship with their current employer's supporters, but when transparently selfish pillocks like Rooney start tonguing the badge, then this column's blood boils. The Manchester United man is one of the worst offenders for heinous treachery seeing as he openly questioned his manager in 2010 before intimating he thought his team-mates were not good enough and then handing in a transfer request all while still having several years left on a heinously well paid contract. Of course, after being offered a sickening salary increase, Rooney was then happy to stay at Old Trafford and put up with the team that he so publicly, crassly and shamelessly doubted. What a loathsome, disloyal, two-faced and shallow man. Why he feels he can kiss the badge as if the club means something to him beyond being the financiers and protectors of his ostentatious life that means so much to hundreds of thousands of fans the world over is remarkable. Yet he did it, twice, on Sunday. Shameless stuff from a shameful individual. Danny Welbeck a local lad who loves the team and, as far as MTW knows, has never extorted a whopping pay rise out of the club by demanding to leave also kissed the badge after scoring his sublime goal. Good for him. But Rooney is a different, entirely depressing, case altogether. Don't buy into his showmanship, United fans, because he clearly doesn't love the club like you do.

http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/2900/fa-cup/2012/01/09/2837206/mock-the-weekend-paul-scholes-returning-wayne-rooneys-badge

fifthcolumnblue
LOL filth you really has got some steam to let of, keep going lad, it wont hide the fact that we just beat you.
nordkap
So he IS going to Citeh now?
Blue is the colour
If Roo was in your team FCB - then you know you would defend him to the hilt.....
niteworlok
 

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