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Rooney fit for Everton return

Rooney fit for Everton return

Wayne Rooney is fit to start Manchester United's game at Everton on Sunday with manager David Moyes saying his he has trained well this week.
The Guardian Apr 17, 2014
Manchester United's Wayne Rooney to return from injury against Everton

Manchester United's Wayne Rooney to return from injury against Everton

Rooney suffered heavy bruising, not break, in toe Marouane Fellaini also fit to face former clubWayne Rooney is set to return for Manchester United against his former club Everton on Sunday.The England striker trained fully for the first time since the Champions League defeat at Bayern Munich when he played despite fears that he had chipped a bone in a toe.
The Busby Babe Apr 17, 2014
Manchester United gain huge advantage ahead of Everton clash as Wayne Rooney is passed fit

Manchester United gain huge advantage ahead of Everton clash as Wayne Rooney is passed fit

Manchester United's hopes against Everton have been greatly boosted by the news that Wayne Rooney will return from injury in time to play the game. Wayne Rooney was rumoured to be potentially missing the rest of the season, but it seems that he will in fact be fit to face Everton in what could be a crucial game for both clubs. Moyes confirmed that Rooney's fit for #MUFC trip to #EFC this weekend. Bruising gone down and X-rays of toe shown no damage — Daniel Taylor (@DTguardian) April 17, 2014 With Everton having lost to Crystal Palace, the race for fourth is in Arsenal's hands....
Royal Blue Mersey Apr 17, 2014

David Moyes confirms Wayne Rooney will be available for Manchester United on Saturday

Things just got a bit harder for Everton with the news that Wayne Rooney is fit ahead of this weekend's match. Everton's task on Sunday got a little bit tougher with the news late on Thursday that Wayne Rooney will be fit and available for this weekend's match. There had been concern that Rooney's injured toe would prevent him from playing, but according to Moyes, the United striker is fit. Oh joy. Moyes confirmed that Rooney's fit for #MUFC trip to #EFC this weekend. Bruising gone down and X-rays of toe shown no damage — Daniel Taylor (@DTguardian) April 17, 2014 With or without...
Pictured: Wayne Rooney shows team-mates how to have a quiet night out

Pictured: Wayne Rooney shows team-mates how to have a quiet night out

Rooney, in an orange T-shirt and jeans, went for a meal at Wing's Restaurant near Albert Square, leaving at around 11pm
The Busby Babe Apr 11, 2014

Rooney to be rested ahead of World Cup

Manchester United's injured striker expected to miss the next game away at Everton and possibly the rest of the season. Those of you watching closely on Wednesday night may have seen that something was slightly wrong with Wayne Rooney. That he wasn't moving as freely as usual. That he was oddly hesitant in his decision-making. That he couldn't kick the ball. Well, now we know why. According to the Telegraph, Rooney has chipped a bone in his toe, an injury that sounds as inconvenient as it does painful. He is accordingly expected to miss United's visit to his former club Everton on April...
Daily Telegraph Apr 10, 2014
Manchester United made a smart agreement with Wayne Rooney's new deal

Manchester United made a smart agreement with Wayne Rooney's new deal

Inside Football: Jason Burt sheds light on Wayne Rooney's £300k-a-week deal and doubts over Gareth Bale's Madrid future
The Guardian Apr 9, 2014
Wayne Rooney's all-action role fails to reward United's David Moyes | Jamie Jackson

Wayne Rooney's all-action role fails to reward United's David Moyes | Jamie Jackson

Manchester United asked their main man to play total football, but it was not enough to swing the tie against Bayern MunichThe tie was poised tantalisingly at 2-2 when Wayne Rooney had the chance to rock Bayern Munich and rip up the expected narrative of this Champions League quarter-final.Danny Welbeck had the ball inside Bayern's area, yet when he rolled it across to Rooney, despite the forward having copious time and space, he fluffed the shot.
The Guardian Apr 8, 2014
Manchester United's Wayne Rooney faces injection to play against Bayern

Manchester United's Wayne Rooney faces injection to play against Bayern

England forward will have jab in his left foot United face uphill task after 1-1 draw with Bayern MunichWayne Rooney will have an injection in his left foot to enable him to play for Manchester United in their Champions League quarter-final second leg against Bayern Munich on Wednesday. David Moyes, the United manager, said there was no risk that the injury a chipped bone would be made worse and that it will not jeopardise the rest of the forward's season.If Rooney were to suffer a further problem it could threaten his participation at this summer's World Cup. Four years ago he picked up a...
The Busby Babe Apr 8, 2014

Wayne Rooney could take injection to play against Bayern Munich

David Moyes has announced that Wayne Rooney could take an injection in order to play against Bayern Munich. Earlier on today the crafty ol' Pep Guardiola announced he was "100 per cent" certain Wayne Rooney would play in Manchester United's Champions League quarterfinal second leg against Bayern Munich on Wednesday. He was so certain, he even bet the assembled journalists a "big big glass of beer." Fortunately for the press there's quite a lot of beer in Bavaria, and it looks like they'll soon be rolling kegs down to the Allianz Arena. That's after David Moyes announced that Rooney was...
The Guardian Apr 8, 2014
Wayne Rooney is one of the best players I have ever seen, says Bayern's Pep Guardiola video

Wayne Rooney is one of the best players I have ever seen, says Bayern's Pep Guardiola video

Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola praises Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney ahead of the Champions League clash on Wednesday. Guardiola says he and the rest of his team are expecting Rooney to play, despite his toe injury. Bayern and United drew 1-1 in the first leg of the quarter-finals, and will be playing for a spot in the last four
Guardiola: Rooney one of the best I've ever seen

Guardiola: Rooney one of the best I've ever seen

Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola is willing to bet "a big glass of beer" Wayne Rooney will play on Wednesday and says the Manchester United forward is one of the best players he has ever seen.
The Busby Babe Apr 8, 2014

Rooney, Giggs back in training ahead of Bayern game

Wayne Rooney, thought to be struggling with a toe injury, participates in United training along with Ryan Giggs. Holding court this morning, Pep Guardiola wanted everybody to know that he wasn't for fooling. Oh no. This Rooney 'injury'? This 'swollen toe'? He wasn't having any of it. Guardiola on Rooney: "100 per cent. He is going to play. I bet you a big big glass of beer". #mufc — jamie jackson (@JamieJackson___) April 8, 2014 Clever Pep! Crafty Pep! No sooner had the entire press pack shuffled a bit, looked at their feet, and said 'no, you're alright', then news filtered...
The Guardian Apr 8, 2014
Wayne Rooney set to return for Bayern Munich clash despite toe injury

Wayne Rooney set to return for Bayern Munich clash despite toe injury

Manchester United striker trains ahead of game Pep Guardiola 'willing to bet a glass of beer' Rooney featuresPep Guardiola is 100% certain and willing to bet a big big glass of beer that Wayne Rooney will play for Manchester United against Bayern Munich in Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final tie despite the striker having a toe injury.Rooney was able to train with the team on Tuesday despite the manager David Moyes revealing on Friday that the forward was a doubt for the game.
Hull Daily Mail Apr 5, 2014
Hull Daily Mail published Joey Barton is right, Manchester United's Wayne Rooney is NOT...

Hull Daily Mail published Joey Barton is right, Manchester United's Wayne Rooney is NOT...

Former Hull City striker Dean Windass hopes Joey Barton's criticism will spur on Wayne Rooney to step up a level for England at the Brazil World Cup. I KNOW it's not unusual for something Joey Barton has said to hit the headlines, but this week he's been spot on with his comments about Wayne Rooney.Joey has criticised the Manchester United forward for not fulfilling his full potential and has said he isn't world class.The QPR midfielder believes Rooney's mental approach has let him down and...

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