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Wayne Rooney Trains With Manchester United Reserves At His Own Request: Daily Soccer Report

wayne rooney Wayne Rooney Trains With Manchester United Reserves At His Own Request: Daily Soccer Report

Cue grumpy footballers who want to push their way out of clubs. Wayne Rooney and Luis Suarez are playing with the reserves after both moody footballers are trying to force their way out of their respective clubs. In Luis Suarez’s case, he’s been forced to train with the reserves, while Wayne Rooney has chosen to play with the United reserves by his own free will. What next? Is Bale going to train for Tottenham reserves?

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8 Responses to Wayne Rooney Trains With Manchester United Reserves At His Own Request: Daily Soccer Report

  1. christian says:

    This has been the worst transfer window ever. I can’t wait until we can talk about football actually being played.

  2. COYx says:

    Why do you assume that Bale has to push his way out? I bet Spurs want this deal as much as Bale does.

  3. dust says:

    Here…

    http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11661/8861020/real-madrid-president-florentino-perez-questions-gareth-bales-price-tag

    Not sure why you don’t have this but you have the standard….Must be those news bunnies again choosing the news….lol

    Like I have said all along, they dont have the cash to do it.

    however this is looking like a very tasty line up

    ————————-Lloris
    Walker—–Kaboom——-Jan——–Rose
    ————————Sandro
    ————-Paulinho———Dembele
    —Chadli————-Soldado———–Bale

    Subs:Brad, Dawson, Holtby, Lennon, Ade, Defoe, Siggy

    • Mufc77 says:

      Looks decent on paper but the games are played on grass. Three new players coming into the team so you never know how long it takes them to adjust to the English game.

      How have the new players looked in pre season so far? I’ve heard some good things about Soldado and Paulinho but the other fella I’ve never heard of before.

      If Soldado can become that consistent 25+ goal scorer Spurs need then they will be a threat. I’ve no doubt they are good enough to beat the top teams but its the consistency against the teams from about 7th or 8th place down that wins the league.

  4. Paul says:

    Suarez isn’t even training with the reserves – he’s training on his own! He took his daughter with him for company… True story!

  5. Frill Artist says:

    Wanker.

  6. Janujaz2013 says:

    Moyes needs to man up and stop kissing Rooneys ass.

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