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You can’t fault Wayne Rooney for trying to impress Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole. The two former Manchester United stars were lauded for their “telepathic” understanding, and they formed a potent strike-force, which powered the club to a historic treble in 1999. United’s chances of repeating the feats 1999 are gone for this season, so it’s understandable that Rooney would want to impress Yorke and Cole in other ways. On a recent visit to Manchester United, the two members of United’s “Class of 1999″ challenged Rooney, teammates Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez and Danny Welbeck to match their own feats of telepathy by controlling, passing and shooting the ball … while blindfolded. The whole event started off as a comedy of errors, but the current United trio eventually got the hang of it. Hernandez was able to juggle with Rooney (who didn’t return the favor) at one point. After removing his blindfold, Welbeck started delivering crosses to the still sightless Rooney. Rooney’s attempts to
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Possibly the Manchester United response to Ronaldo’s “scoring without being able to see” ridiculousness from Tested to the Limit, but most definitely a solid compilation of Rooney getting unknowingly smashed in the face with Danny Welbeck crosses, this video once again (after a few sight-less mishaps of course) shows us why these guys get to play a game for a living.
The Telepathic Football challenge featuring Manchester United’s Rooney, Welbeck and Hernandez - originally posted on Soccerlens.comEarlier this month, Manchester United strikers Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernandez took part in bwin’s ‘Telepathic Football’ challenge, going up against the 1999 Man Utd’s strike pairing of Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole.
After England had completely dominated the first half tonight in Montenegro and Wayne Rooney hit the post and then scored in the sixth minute a good comeback by Montenegro in the second half, when the roles were almost reversed, had Montenegro equalizing after 75 minutes through substitute Damjanovic, it ended up all square and England [...]
World Cup Qualifiers: England drew as Wales, Scotland & N. Ireland lose - originally posted on Soccerlens.comIt was a sad Monday night for the British nations at the World Cup qualifiers. England were held to a 1-1 draw by Montenegro despite taking the lead while Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland all suffered defeats at the hands of Croatia, Israel and Serbia respectively...
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