do you think manchester utd will sell wayne now his form and his goal scoring have deserted him.
No,so hes not doing so well and cheats on his wife,im sure it will all come good at some point,even without scoring goals his workrate is without question superb!
A great player who can be a true legend for United if he reaches his top form and true potential, however I think he is going to fall off his perch pretty quickly, United will keep him for now but if he doesn't change his ways he will be soon sold, Modern day footballers are meant to be professional athletes not fag smoking, beer drinking sex pests.
No Brian - absolutely not! He's Man U through and through now and anyway - which clubs could afford the fee now? He would be well over £50 million!
I think Rooney is seriously over rated, so I would sell now before he does anything else to decrease his footballing value, plus I've never even seen him smile that much, which makes him a miserable sod!
He'll continue to make lots of money with his deals for this and that....
I bet he's sold and we just haven't heard it yet, I say toss him out he's on a wrong turn.
i firmly believe that wayne is a v. good player, but fergie said to him 2 weeks ago that no player is bigger than man u. To me that was a sign that fergie had had enough of him and was prepared to move him on. He is paid over 100k a week to score, he hasn't and the tabloids are watching his every move. This doesn't bode well for him- now fergie has left him out of a recent european match and the young guns did well and won- fait acomply for wayne.
yes his work rate is nothing short of brilliant but thats not what he's paid huge amounts of money for. Sorry for him in some ways but he's paid to perform on the pitch not score in a prostitutes bedroom.
He will get one more chance, if he messes that up Fergie will sell.
Fergie is the best manager in football, no other manager would have managed to prolong the careers of Scholes and Giggs like he has.
Man Utd is the best club for Rooney, as much as I hate them, and he would be a fool to burn his bridges there.
But he probably is a fool, and he probably will. David Beckham made a mistake in leaving, and Rooney will probably make that same mistake.
I was really looking forward to watching him play seeing him play for England this World Cup but it was as if he wasn't even on the pitch. Such a shame. Maybe his day is still to come?
by RenePogel 7 years ago
George Best had extensive experience of the ladies. Wayne Rooney had expensive experience of the ladies.
by CCahill 6 years ago
Does Wayne Rooney still get auto-admission into any England lineup or will he need to prove himself
by theirishobserver. 8 years ago
It was good to see Wayne Rooney score away from home last night and not a hotel bill in sight........
by qaz123 8 years ago
WHOM DO U THINK THE BEST?
by SIJO1 8 years ago
Should Coleen leave her Husband Wayne Rooney after he cheated on her with Prostitutes?
by Gous Ahmed 8 years ago
This is so hilarious i have to share it with everyone!!! Read it and make sure you keep a laughter silencer in front of you!This is taken from Yahoo! Sports about Wayne Rooney's saga getting out of hand!!!Here you go... In case you missed it, there was actually some football played last night....
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