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Fergie has Rooney headache (AUDIO)

We're only one game into the new season and Man United boss Sir Alex Ferguson's bid to retain the Premier League title. 50m was spent by the Champions in the summer, however a goalless draw at home to Reading was not the ideal start, made worse by a broken foot for Wayne Rooney, confirmed to keep him out for around 8 weeks.

Fergie says his side should have won after dominating possession throughout, and now faces a problem with lack of strikers following Rooney's injury, with Louis Saha injured and Carlos Tevez short of match fitness.

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Date:Monday August 13 2007

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