Wayne Rooney Hungry For More England Goals

Wayne Rooney warned he was hungry for more after ending his year-long England goal drought. The Manchester United star has begun the season in flying form and followed up his hat-trick against Arsenal with a double for his country in the 3-0 win over Bulgaria in a Euro 2012 qualifier. Rooney had not enjoyed the happiest of 12 months with his criticism of England fans after the World Cup clash…

September 3, 2011
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Ashley Young: Manchester United Can Go All The Way

Manchester United winger Ashley Young has hailed his side’s 8-2 win over Arsenal but hopes they can maintain the good form throughout the season. The summer signing from Aston Villa scored two stunning goals to help Sir Alex Ferguson’s side inflict a humiliating defeat on the Gunners at Old Trafford. Reflecting on the game on Sunday, Young was over the moon with the team’s performance and urged his side not…

August 29, 2011
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Pep Guardiola Defends Arsene Wenger

Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola has jumped to the defence of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger after the Gunners’ humiliation on Sunday. Wenger fielded an unfamiliar side at Old Trafford for their clash with champions Manchester United – handing starts to Carl Jenkinson, Armand Traore and Francis Coquelin – and Sir Alex Ferguson’s side won 8-2, handing a crushing blow to Arsenal. Wenger has come under increasing pressure in recent weeks, following…

August 29, 2011
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Dimitar Berbatov Not For Sale, Manchester United Tell PSG

Sir Alex Ferguson has told Paris St-Germain they have no chance of signing Dimitar Berbatov from Manchester United. After Berbatov’s omission from United’s Champions League squad for the final at Wembley, it was felt Berbatov would leave this summer. Even Ferguson admitted it would have been no surprise if the Bulgarian had asked for a move. However, during the pre-season tour in north America, Berbatov claimed he still had unfinished…

August 22, 2011
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Sir Alex Ferguson: Rooney is a tremendous asset

Wayne Rooney is back to his best for Manchester United after the troubles of last season, according to boss Sir Alex Ferguson. The last campaign was the most difficult of Rooney’s career so far, as his form nose-dived after a disastrous showing at the World Cup and he failed to register from open play in the Premier League until the turn of the year. But the England striker impressed towards…

August 22, 2011
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Sir Alex Ferguson: Real Stuff Starts On Sunday

Sir Alex Ferguson has declared last week’s Community Shield as the start of a phoney war for Premier League supremacy. Manchester United sent out a real message of intent at Wembley. Dominant in the first-half against Manchester City, United nevertheless found themselves two goals down. It was not until the interval introductions of Tom Cleverley, Phil Jones and Jonny Evans that the Red Devils really cut loose, scoring three times…

August 12, 2011
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