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Rooney Ready For Massive Game

Wayne Rooney is ready for Sunday's crucial league fixture at Liverpool.

The England striker knows very well how it feels to score the winner at Anfield, doing it in his very first season at United. I, for one, look forward to more of the same on Sunday.

'Obviously, Liverpool away is a massive game, probably our biggest of the season,' he said.

'It won't decide the title but it is a chance to put some daylight between us.

'They got a good result this week against Marseille. I watched the game and they did well. But we have to concentrate on our job rather than them.'


Yes, concentrating on Liverpool can have sickening effect on a man and is therefore unadvisable.




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 14 2007

Time: 6:51PM

Your Comments

I'll forecast a draw, the same as our game at Arsenal!
merlin
Neh mate your wrong man utd are just too srong man utd 2-1
Jakk-United-2007
I'll forecast what I want, a win for pool and a win for us. As for Rooney saying it's probably your biggest of the season, I'd say it's not; the timing is too early, and come next year May April when we play you at home, with the title race better shaped up, that is going to be your biggest, me thinks.
Gaga
I no man-utd will win 2-0 and rooney will defently get 1 of the 2 goal !
mufc-henry
So he watched the game eh? Well he is a scouser after all, wouldŽnŽt be too surprised if he "missed" a couple of sitters tomorrow.
Blue is the colour
wouldnŽt even...
Blue is the colour
Liverpool..Away Probly Biggest Game Of Season So Far.. Lets Rock Liverpool And Kick Them Out Of The Title Challenge..After All They Wiining Note Thiis Year !
H4RL3Y-MUFCRON4LDO
Well sed Harley !!!!! Rooney played well and had a gud game ! n he set up tevez's goal !!!!! lol n it was the biggest game we have had this season
mufc-henry
Rooney Won Loads In The Air 2daii Againt Carragher And Hypiia But Was Penalised Quite Alot..!
H4RL3Y-MUFCRON4LDO
wat the **** harley wat game wa u watchin carragher kiilled hiim in the air all rooney did was just dive in to hiim :S
Dann-leeds
rooney challenged for the ball fairly so i dont no what your chatting about.
rooneyisgod
i dunno how anderson is gettin ur votes fot motm.. it has to be hargreaves by a million mile.. dont give credit where its not due
McGooner
what yhoo lot on about rooney was winning the ball yeahh but he was fliking it to no-1 and when was rooney diving into him ?
Jakk-United-2007
rooney wasnt winning the ball to be honest thts the worst game ive seen him ply
loyalleeds
Dan..He Won It In The Aiir..But Was Getting Pulled Up For It Alot Which A Few Of Em Werent Fair. But Thats Football At The End Of The Day..Referees Decision.
H4RL3Y-MUFCRON4LDO
 

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