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Capello In Rooney Attack

The fall-out over Rooney`s poor performances at Euro 2012 continue to generate tabloid column inches.

Today, Fabio Capello has jumped onto the Rooney bandwagon and given the striker a broadside by commenting about his form for England,

"I think Rooney only understands Scottish. That`s because he only plays well in Manchester, where Sir Alex Ferguson speaks Scottish."

The quotes appear to be in response to something Rooney said when Roy Hodgson succeeded Fabio as the England manager, following Fabio`s resignation, quotes which went along the lines of,

"There are no words lost in translation and we now understand exactly what the manager wants from us."

"The manager trusts his players, which is obviously a big help to the players."


Get those claws sharpened, as we wait for Rooney to return serve in what is, after all, Wimbledon fortnight.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 27 2012

Time: 4:38PM

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Couldn't give a feck about their little bitch fight and hissy fit. Why Capello is even stooping so low I don't know.
TheFamousNo7
And here I was thinking Fergie spoke with a Scottish accent not a entirely different language. You learn something new everyday!
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