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Rooney Fractures Foot!

Rooney Fractures Foot!

BREAKING NEWS: Wayne Rooney has fractured his left foot during Utd's 0-0 draw at Old Trafford and will be sidelined for a while.

As if the result hadnt left United fans dissapointed already, news of Rooneys injury is sure to sink heads futher into hands, with the talismanic striker out for weeks to come.

Rooney will miss United's premiership matches until late September at the least, also leaving him out of the running for England's crucial Euro qualifiers and also the beggining of United's champions leauge campaign.

This news comes as a great dissappointment, ans with Saha and Solskjear out, and Tevez not expected to play until the Manchester derby, this leaves United with no recognised striker and on the evidence of todays display, we will struggle.

Whether Tevez is called in quicker or Sir Alex decides to re-visit the transfer market is yet unknown, but be sure any developments will be found here as soon as they occur.

More to follow...



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Writer:United4Life
Date:Sunday August 12 2007
Time: 8:00PM

Comments

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sad for Rooney but TWO Points behind us already suckers!
merlin
12/08/2007 20:13:00
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Thats a damn shame...
Nozzy06
12/08/2007 22:15:00
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ouch! at least it improves nuggents chance of an england call up, it will do wonders for his confidence, so hopefully he will do better for us ;-)
pompeycarpet
12/08/2007 23:04:00
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Very huge loss both for Man U and England. Still tip you for the title though. Oh yh, we would like Carrick back please ;-)
OneAaronLennon
13/08/2007 00:42:00
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he played like a bag of poo anyway ! lmao !
Jakk-United-2007
20/12/2007 16:48:00
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And not for the first time. Once you have done your foot it is the most likey to be done again.
will it ever happen
24/12/2007 17:16:00
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