Could Rooney stay at Manchester United?

For Manchester United fans, it has seemed a foregone conclusion that Wayne Rooney’s time in a United shirt was over.  There were even rumors back in March that a move to the Chinese Super League had already been agreed.  Rumors that were staunchly denied by both the player and the club. Now that the season has ended and players are already on the move to new clubs, the future...
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Wayne Rooney To Stay With Manchester United, Decline China Interest; Here’s Why

Wayne Rooney won’t ditch Manchester United in the midst of its season. The Red Devils’ captain announced Thursday in a statement he’ll remain with the club for the time being. Rumors claimed Rooney might join a Chinese club next week, but he prefers to remain with Manchester United and fight for playing time and trophies at least through the end of the 2016-17 season. The...
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February 23, 2017  |  Discuss

Wayne Rooney appears headed for Chinese Super League

With teams from the Chinese Super League splashing money around, they have been able to sign some big-name players. The list of stars seems to be growing, with names like Carlos Tevez and Oscar cashing in on China’s financial largesse. The most recent crop of transfer rumors is led by Manchester United legend and team captain Wayne Rooney.At the age of 31, Rooney has featured mainly...
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February 23, 2017  |  Discuss

What if Manchester United fans don’t know the full story behind Wayne Rooney

At the end of the day, it comes down to numbers. It always does. Wayne Rooney has numbers. He now has 250 goals for Manchester United, the most in club history. He’s also scored more goals for England than anyone else. What Wayne Rooney does not have, is the adoration of all Manchester United fans. To some he’s a hero and longstanding servant of the club. To others, he’s a...
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February 02, 2017  |  Discuss

What does getting dropped mean for Wayne Rooney and Manchester United?

Wayne Rooney was dropped on Saturday as Manchester United beat Leicester City 4-1. The reasoning was due to back problems the veteran forward has been dealing with. However, starting on the bench comes after many fans and pundits have called for him to come off the team sheet to give some players like Paul Pogba a chance to better express themselves. Since 2004, Rooney has been a...
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September 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Sam Allardyce powerless to tell Wayne Rooney how, where to play

In an interview after England’s 1-0 win against Slovakia, manager Sam Allardyce made it clear he couldn’t tell Wayne Rooney where to play.   “It’s not for me to say where he’s going to play,” said the former Sunderland, West Ham, Newcastle and Bolton boss, 61. “It’s up to me to ask whether he’s doing well in that position and contributing,” the BBC reported...
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September 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Can Sam Allardyce bring prominence back to England's national team?

Big Sam Allardyce, the new England manager, takes charge of a largely unchanged team from that which flopped at Euro 2016 under Roy Hodgson. Managing England might be a privilege for Big Sam but it’s also a responsibility to a nation that feels thoroughly flat about its international team. In the past, Allardyce has been labeled as a long ball manager, with a focus on physical...
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September 03, 2016  |  Discuss

Wayne Rooney got nutmegged twice in a row in training

Wayne Rooney really used to have it, man. Remember when he terrorized Arsenal's defense as a 16-year-old before that was a thing we got used to seeing on a weekend-by-weekend basis? Remember the overhead kick against Manchester City? Peak Rooney was a terrifying Rooney. Now he's 30 going on 75, and his legs just don't work the way the used to, and he's getting nutmegged for fun in...
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July 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Wade Barrett becomes temporary head coach of MLS’ Dynamo

We have some bad news. It appears that Wade Barrett has become the temporary head coach of MLS’ Houston Dynamo. It’s just that it’s not former WWE superstar Wade Barrett but actually former Dynamo player and longtime assistant coach Wade Barrett. When the Dynamo announced the news on their Twitter account, the wrestler Barrett, seeing as he is currently looking for work, figured...
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June 07, 2016  |  Discuss

English Premier League MVP Jamie Vardy: Arsenal bound?

So it appears Arsenal's next big move will be acquiring Leicester’s Jamie Vardy. Finally. Wait, what? Putting their still-fresh title-winning campaign aside for the moment, Arsenal is obviously a bigger club than Leicester City. Arsenal will probably pay Vardy more money than Leicester City. There is a better chance of Arsenal remaining in the Champions League for years to come...
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June 04, 2016  |  Discuss

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