Why Zlatan Ibrahimovic belongs at Manchester United

Manchester United and Zlatan Ibrahimovic: a club and a player whose egos are bigger than the rest of the world of soccer. Seems like a match made in heaven, right? After four years, Ibrahimovic has officially finished his stint with Paris Saint-Germain. The Swedish striker has been linked to a move to the L.A Galaxy in MLS, but rumors are now swirling that he may spend next season...
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Dream debut for Marcus Rashford

Marcus Rashford and Wayne Rooney scored England’s goals in a 2-1 triumph over Australia. For more, visit Manchester United's official website. The post Dream debut for Marcus Rashford appeared first on TheSoccerDaily.com.
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Rashford’s dream debut boosts Euro bid

Sunderland (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Marcus Rashford made a bold claim for a place at Euro 2016 as the Manchester United sensation took just 135 seconds to became the youngest player to score on his England debut in Friday’s 2-1 win against Australia. Rashford’s meteoric rise hit new heights when the teenage striker opened the scoring in the Euro 2016 warm-up with a clinical...
Via World Soccer Talk
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Rooney joy after United’s ‘special’ Cup triumph

London (AFP) – Wayne Rooney hailed 10-man Manchester United’s dramatic 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final as a special moment in his career as the England star ended his long wait to win the competition. Rooney had been on the losing side in both of his previous FA Cup final appearances for United, but he erased the painful memories of those defeats to Arsenal...
Via World Soccer Talk
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Rooney: Cup win would mean so much to us

Wayne Rooney assesses the impact that winning at Wembley today would have on United’s young squad. For more, visit Manchester United's official website. The post Rooney: Cup win would mean so much to us appeared first on TheSoccerDaily.com.
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Watch Man United's Wayne Rooney appear in a bizarre X-Men trailer

VIDEO: Watch Man United's Wayne Rooney appear in a bizarre X-Men trailer - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Manchester United striker and club captain Wayne Rooney has featured in a bizarre X-Men Apocalypse trailer. The England striker was a part of the short film intended to promote the latest X-Men film. The video was circulated by Manchester United’s social media accounts...
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Wayne Rooney acts badly in X-Men movie advertisement

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has been called many things over the course of his long career, but "mutant" probably isn't one of them. Until now, that is. United have a commercial relationship with movie makers 20th Century Fox, and it certainly seems like both parties are determined to milk it for all it's worth. First, United painted two of their mascots blue for their...
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Rooney sees his future in midfield for Man United, England

Wayne Rooney sees his future in Manchester United and England's midfield as that is where the captain now feels most effective.No longer the bustling teenage striker that burst onto the scene with Everton, the 30-year-old has impressed in a deeper midfield role under Louis van Gaal in recent months.Rooney was deservedly handed the man-of-the-match award for his display in Tuesday...
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Rooney happy to find new role with Man Utd

London (AFP) – Wayne Rooney insists he is willing to permanently give up his role as the spearhead of Manchester United’s forward line to move into a midfield berth. Rooney won the man-of-the-match award for his influential display in midfield during United’s 3-1 win against Bournemouth on Tuesday and is keen to keep that role in the future. Aware that he is no longer the same...
Via World Soccer Talk
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Wayne Rooney talks about Manchester United’s difficult path to a Top-4 Finish

Wayne Rooney spoke to MUTV after only earning 1 point against Leicester City at Old Trafford. Rooney admitted that their chances of reaching the top four depend heavily on Arsenal and Manchester City dropping points. “We’ve hit good form towards the end of the season and now we are relying on other teams,” said the
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

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