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150 Up for Rooney!

After notching Premier League goals 149 and 150 whilst also notching up his 10th derby goal, Wayne Rooney had a few words for the Sky Sports team, remarking,

"It is a fantastic feeling, it is a great day for us and we are now six points clear. We have waited a long time for this and we know how much it means for the fans."

'It was a difficult angle at the end but Robin has the ability to do it. Thankfully, he did."

'It is great to score here, but I am scoring for United and enjoying it. They have had a great home record and to stop it is a great feeling."

'It was crazy. It has been like that all season for us, and we were hanging on at the end.'


It may be a crazy season but it is also turning into an enjoyable one.




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 9 2012

Time: 4:19PM

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Definitely and entertaining season but not one for those with a weak constitution. Well done Rooney also. Isn't he the youngest,player to ever reach 150 goals in the premier league?
TheFamousNo7
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09/12/2012 16:56:00

Well done Rooney, responded to fergies call and put in another work horse performance. Next united captain.
Kag-a-waah
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09/12/2012 17:03:00

Can't really disagree with that comment. He's maturity really did show through when we lost to cluj when he played on when a cluj player was injured. The cluj team surrounded him and were chasing after him pushing him and all sorts and instead off reacting and getting a red card like he would've a few years ago he just let it go and even ended up shaking their hands after they saw they were in the wrong.
TheFamousNo7
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09/12/2012 17:45:00

Just remembering the look on Harts face as he watched the first goal roll in priceless. I'm with kag a waah Rooney for captain!
MotorMad
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10/12/2012 08:24:00

I am sure he will be captain when Evra departes, he is good and ready now.
nordkap
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10/12/2012 11:00:00

 

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