Wayne Rooney to Replace Philip Cocu

 

Many a time the club officials have to get back to the most experienced player of the side to win crucial matches. Wayne Rooney has been brought back in the team of Derby County as they have faced subsequent losses and the team is on the verge of a disappointing season. As per one of the leading newspapers, The Sun, Rooney may have to be in the role of a savior for his new team Derby County, if the team faces a loss against Watford.


Being one of the most veteran players in England, he has to take the responsibility to take his team forward in the tournament. Since Rooney has already registered his name as one of the leading goal scorers for Derby since he joined here in January, the team officials have shown this belief in him to bring him back in the team.
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ROONEY BLESSES THE MOVE FOR KANE

Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney seem to have blessed the move for Harry Kane. The Tottenham Hotspur forward has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford this summer. The player gave a hint he was dissatisfied with the direction the club was headed and was open to opportunities recently in an IG Live session with Jamie Redknapp. This has fueled the speculations that he would agree to a switch.


The 26-year old has been one of the most consistent goalscorers in Europe in recent years. However, he has not title to show for it. Aside his personal laurels, a move to United would earn him a bigger pay and opportunities to win titles. His 136 goals in 198 games needs a bigger platform to convert to silverware. With Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool not being quite a good fit, the only natural choice is United.
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TOP CLUBS TO BATTLE FOR KAI HAVERTZ

Kai Havertz has continued to impress with Bayern Leverkusen. He is attracting interest from top clubs across Europe. Barcelona, PSG, Juventus, Real Madrid, Manchester City and Liverpool have all registered an interest in the player. The German international has enjoyed a hugely impressive 18 months for the club.


Havertz, 20, has scored 30 goals from the middle of the park in the last two seasons for Bayern Leverkusen.
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GUNDOGAN CONSIDERS MLS SWITCH

IIkayGundogan have always said Pep Guardiola was the reason he agreed to make the switch from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City and has not regretted such decision till this day.


With new players coming up and age no longer on his side, the midfielder is now ready to leave the Etihad anytime and MLS is believed to be his preferred destination at this point of his career.
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STERLING AND GOMEZ CLASH ON TRAINING GROUND

Raheem Sterling has been booted out of the England camp as they prepare for their Euro qualifiers.

The Manchester City forward allegedly clashed with Joseph Gomez on the training ground and reports say it is linked to Sunday’s top of the table clash with Liverpool that saw both players involved with one argument after another.


Unlike the days when the likes of Wayne Rooney and Steven Gerald played on opposite sides of the greatest rivalry in English football, this latest altercation is rather uncalled given that Manchester City for all their riches are yet to obtain the status of being a respected powerhouse of English football.
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UNITED GREATEST FORWARDS IN THE PAST DECADE

Manchester United is arguably the biggest club in England with the club winning 20 Premier League titles and three Champions League Titles. The Past Decade has seen a steady decline of the club as the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool have caught up with the club.

Despite this, we look at the best forwards to play for the club in the past decade.
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Wayne Salvages a Draw as the D.C. United Moves to the Apex of Eastern Conference

The capital side now sits one point clear over the East after they earned a draw on the way against the New England Rev. Wayne Rooney aided D.C. United claim a nail-biting delayed draw in MLS in a match which was played on Saturday, while the Union of Philadelphia suffered an astonishing loss. Wayne’s 90th penalty also saw D.C. United secure a draw by 1-1 versus the New England revolution at the venue of Gillette Stadium.

Matt Turner who is the goalkeeper of New England was sent off only in the 56th minute of the game after a huge challenge on Wayne, but the hosts still managed to take the lead through a header by Juan Agudelo. However, Wayne stepped up to somehow convert a spot-kick (late) as D.C. took lead by 1 point on the top of Eastern conference.
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WHY POGBA CAN EMULATE ROONEY AT UNITED

Paul Pogba has enjoyed a unique career, World Champion at the age of 25 with multiple league titles in Italy. The midfielder should be respected as one of the best in the game, however, his attitude towards the game is where many have issues with.

When Pogba was signed in 2016 it was seen as a change of guard by United as the current golden boy Wayne Rooney was getting old and unable to perform at the highest level. While Pogba was seen as the prodigal son that was lost but had found his way back to the club.
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PODOLSKI: ROONEY DESERVES FAREWELL

Former Arsenal and Bayern Munich striker Lukas Podolski was the man chosen to wear the armband for Germany in his farewell game against England. He was also featured in a pre-match interview where he spoke about his carrer and his achievements in the famous white and black Germany colors.

The Vissel Kobe FC striker got his name on the score sheet, firing the winning goal into the corner of the net before being subbed off. He received a standing ovation from the fans for his heroics on the night.
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ROONEY: I WANTED TO FINISH CAREER AT UNITED

Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney has opened up that he had plans of finishing his career at the club. The 33-year old moved to Everton as he could no longer inspire the team to success. After a year at his boyhood club, where he struggled a bit, he moved to the United States to feature in the Major League Soccer.

His career has seen a late renaissance in America, with talks that he may come to United for a few months before he ends his career. Rooney has shut down such talks, opting to end his illustrious career in the MLS. United fans will be hoping that the player changes his mind in future. Afterall Rooney said he was done with the national team but he will come out of international retirement to claim his 120th cap for England against the United States on Thursday.
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