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Rooney: Manchester United's top four finish a success

Rooney: Manchester United's top four finish a success

Man Utd captain Wayne Rooney believes it is mission accomplished for The Reds' first season under Louis van Gaal.
The Guardian May 20, 2015
Wayne Rooney says top-four finish is a success for Manchester United

Wayne Rooney says top-four finish is a success for Manchester United

• Captain believes United can compete for silverware next season• Slow start was symptom of Louis van Gaal’s ‘tough’ new regime• ‘The manager has come in and been excellent’Wayne Rooney believes Manchester United have met their main target for the season by securing a top-four place, and has set his sights on silverware next campaign.United will end Louis van Gaal’s first season in charge without a trophy but have at least secured a return to the Champions League, having missed out on Europe altogether this campaign after a seventh-placed finish last term.
Wayne Rooney's son Klay shows Manchester United star how it's done when he scores at Old Trafford

Wayne Rooney's son Klay shows Manchester United star how it's done when he scores at Old Trafford

Klay Rooney scored a goal in front of the Stretford End to the delight of fans during a lap of honour.
The Busby Babe May 15, 2015

Wayne Rooney and Luke Shaw out of Arsenal game

Louis van Gaal will have to shuffle his pack again. Mixed news on the Manchester United injury front, folks. On the down side, inspirational captain/only decent forward Wayne Rooney has not recovered from the dead leg he sustained against Crystal Palace and will not make the game. Nor will Luke Shaw, who is being rested for precautionary reasons after taking a firm smack to the coupon in the same game. However, record disappointment Ángel Di María and increasingly creaky striker Robin van Persie will be fit. We'd guess that the latter will start up front, and we can only hope he's feeling...
The Independent May 15, 2015
Manchester United injury news: Wayne Rooney and Luke Shaw set to start against Arsenal

Manchester United injury news: Wayne Rooney and Luke Shaw set to start against Arsenal

Louis van Gaal is set to be boosted by the fitness of Wayne Rooney and Luke Shaw for the visit of Arsenal on Sunday.
The Busby Babe May 14, 2015

Which strikers should Manchester United sell this summer?

Manchester United have been linked with Christian Benteke and Cristiano Ronaldo as reinforcements in attack, but there are at least one or two strikers that the club need to move on to make way. Wayne Rooney Unless he's to score at least two goals in the final two matches of the season, against Arsenal and then Hull, Wayne Rooney will record his worst goalscoring figures for the season. Of course, this is tempered by the lack of European games, the short cup runs, and his appearances in midfield for much of the season. The midfield debate, United fans should pray, has been answered: Rooney...
Memphis Depay: Van Gaal might have Manchester United's heir to Rooney

Memphis Depay: Van Gaal might have Manchester United's heir to Rooney

Memphis Depay is the Eredivisie's top scorer and could develop into Wayne Rooney's striker successor at Man Utd.
The Busby Babe May 5, 2015

Was United's loss to West Brom really that bad?

It was bad, obviously. But was it a complete disaster? My name is Professor Pangloss, and I have a problem. I didn't think United's loss against West Brom was that bad. It wasn't good; if there is such a thing as a good loss, this wasn't one of them. Because it was West Brom at home, for a start, and because it was the third in a row, for an end. And many of the problems were familiar ones, including the inexplicable presence of Wayne Rooney in midfield (and so consequently not up front, on which more later) and this profoundly frustrating carousel of possession that United seem so happy to...

Man Utd's Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie in a spot of bother with Louis van Gaal

Robin van Persie missed a spot kick chance to rescue United against West Brom and he and his skipper have to go to the back of the penalty queue.
The Busby Babe May 1, 2015

Rooney fit to face West Brom

But injuries still an issue in defence. Mixed injury news ahead of the weekend. Manchester United's inspirational captain, but also more than a captain, more like a friend, or maybe an older brother, a really cool older brother, the kind of older brother who would lend you tapes of bands you'd never heard of, will be fit to face West Brom. See? Louis van Gaal tells #MUTV that Wayne Rooney is fit to face West Brom. More from the boss: http://t.co/lRYKIFYmaY — Manchester United (@ManUtd) May 1, 2015 However, there are still a few injuries knocking around. Luke Shaw is out again,...
Liverpool Daily Post Apr 30, 2015
Coleen Rooney talks 'ups and downs' with husband Wayne

Coleen Rooney talks 'ups and downs' with husband Wayne

Liverpool's Coleen Rooney said that she and husband Wayne Rooney are 'wiser now'
Manchester United opinion: Wayne Rooney's Everton display emphasises need for new striker

Manchester United opinion: Wayne Rooney's Everton display emphasises need for new striker

Man Utd striker Wayne Rooney's Goodison Park hex continued on Sunday and Louis van Gaal needs to look for a replacement.

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