Found January 09, 2012 on MSNBC:
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The most interesting factoid provided by Wayne Rooney in his sweaty post-match interview after beating Manchester City was not that he wants to stay with Manchester United "for a long time'' - an open-ended statement that won't stop newspapers playing their favorite game of speculating, with or without foundation, about his future.
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