Found December 27, 2012 on Soccerlens:
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Rooney out for three weeks - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Manchester United have been rocked by the news that Wayne Rooney will miss three weeks with a knee injury. Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Rooney picked up the problem during training. He was going for an elaborate volley which caused him to slightly damage a knee ligament which has ruled him out of action temporarily. It is a big blow to United who have relied on their more experienced attacking player to help the side get out of trouble frequently this season due to poor defensive displays. His last performance away at Swansea was one of the worst that he has produced in a United shirt. He gave the ball away regularly and never looked a threat in the match so Rooney would have been chomping at the bit to prove a point against Newcastle. Ferguson told BBC Sport: “Wayne tried a volley in training and damaged a knee ligament – he’ll be out for two to three weeks – after his performance on Sunday (against Swansea Ci...
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