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  • A Yahoo! User Jun 25, 2010 05:51 Flag

    what the overrated rooney that was voted player of the year by his fellow pros and by football writers you mean, or the overrated rooney that you said all season was our 1 man team and without him we would be average, or the overrated rooney that scored more goals last season than the whole of the arsenal frontline or of course the overrated rooney that has 3 premiership, 1 european cup 2 carling cup and 1 world champs winners medals, more than the whole of the arsenal squad put together save the ex united player sivestre who also hapens to have more medals than the whole of the arsenal squad put together....you know, arsenal, the most overrated crap ever seen in football among non arsenal fans

    pmsl pmsl

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    fabonkgrass

    by A Yahoo! User Jun 23, 2010 03:45
    A Yahoo! User Jun 23, 2010 06:43 Flag

    so trying to undermine his team-mates and the manager and trying to drop them in it is nothing wrong......oh dear, 2 hopes for you and 1 is bob.
    if rooney had said it you would be sucking your dads dick in excitement. nothing to do with the fact he plays for united my arse you envious little prick who goes to selhurst park on saturdays not emptyrates

    ps nice to see francenal having as much impact in the wc as their team does......all that flair, all that hope, then bang........lights out, competiton left early, old mother hubbard has another bare cupboard rotflmaoay


    http://therepublikofmancunia.com/a-big-thanks-to-john-terry-again/

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    JT's full apology

    by Robert M Jun 22, 2010 17:54
    A Yahoo! User Jun 23, 2010 06:35 Flag

    is that you not singling rooney out.
    funny how the rooney thing is all forgotten and now its jt feeling the heat, unless your fabknobgrass of course pmsl

    smell the envy of a loser goner

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    possible uruguay Q/F

    by A Yahoo! User Jun 23, 2010 04:25
    A Yahoo! User Jun 23, 2010 06:32 Flag

    agreed but would question the rooney bit.
    if you said can do a proper job in an england shirt in a world cup finals, i would agree, but being as he was top scorer in the qualifying, and was voted england player of the year, he has already been doing a proper job in an england shirt.

  • if england win their group and then win their 2nd round match, we will play the winners of the uruguay/s.korea match........stop forlan and the semis beckons
    big IF though on all counts lol

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    JT's full apology

    by Robert M Jun 22, 2010 17:54
    A Yahoo! User Jun 23, 2010 04:20 Flag

    funny how spurspug says its media/fans making a big deal over nothing, yet slaughtered rooney, if it was rio who said what jt said this board would be crawling with insecticide.
    funny how a frustrated player making a comment borne out of frustration is worse than a player who thought out his statement then undermines his own team-mates, his own manager, and then admits it in a grovelling apology to have been lies.........fking anti man united twats get a life and spursbabe get a fking facelift you pig ugly cow.
    we are only playing shite because we have so many superstar trophy laden spurs players...............................not

  • you said the other day that your ranting and putting down of rooney was not because of him being a united player, you would have done it no matter who it was.
    funny how you have made no comments about john terry,s attempts to undermine his teammates and manager, or his subsequent apology...........................so i was right all the way along.
    cheers mate, nice to see the envy runs deep as ever

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    blame press for rooney,s form

    by A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 00:03
    A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 07:10 Flag

    this was taken from an article

    England fans will believe that because they’ve travelled all that way and spent all that money, they have the right to voice their displeasure at such a dire performance. what are you trying to achieve? Is booing the players going to make them play better? Are they playing like $%^& out of choice but now you’ve booed them they are going to make the choice not to play badly? Or are you totally demoralising them? Are you making them angry and frustrated and like they have nothing to play for? If their own fans hate them so much, then what is the point?

    I sat in my seat for ages after the final whistle following our 4-1 defeat against Liverpool the season before last.We had applauded our players off the pitch and sung of our love for them, despite the agonising feeling that losing to your rivals, and possibly gifting them the title, brings.

    Rooney’s outburst will be criticised. They’ll question his professionalism and they will wonder whether he is in a position to talk of the fans this way. But the point is, Rooney was subjected to something he is not used to. He played badly, likely saw the fans shouting all the abuse that comes with playing badly for England, and was booed off the field. At United, he is untouchable, but last night he experienced something pretty shocking.

    I for one applaud what he said. England fans are out of control. If they want to boo, that is their right, but they will contribute to their own team’s downfall. Maybe that is what they want? Maybe they enjoy having something to $%^& and moan about? But if you sit there booing your own team and slagging off your own players, don’t expect them to come out fighting for the shirt in the following game. I’d love Rooney to score in the next game and stick his fingers up at those mugs in the stands. Really give them something to boo about, lad.

    Being a football supporter doesn’t mean you never get fed up with your team and you’re never critical of your players. You obviously don’t become a robot stripped of emotion but you should be able to bite your tongue and get behind your team. If England’s campaign ends at the group stage, then booing the players off in that final game against Slovenia is more understandable, whilst still not a tact I would go for with my team. But to boo them now is madness. That is not a motivation to do well. When England go home, whenever that may be, the players and the manager will be blamed, but it is those fans out there, who’ve paid a shed load of money and who paint their faces, who have contributed to their own team’s demise, which surely totally contradicts their role as a football “supporter”.

    United fans have high expectations, put in place by the all the trophies we’ve won, yet it is a rarity to see such a negative reaction from our fans. No set of supporters is ever perfect, but by and large, we get behind our lads, regardless of the performance or the score. The recent 4-1 defeat at the hands of Liverpool is a prime example. You look at England fans, whose team have won one trophy ever, and that was 44 years ago, and you think why do they expect to win. Why do they demand such highs from a team who have repeatedly disappointed them? Yet whenever the team fail to meet their expectations, they boo and berate them.

    Regardless, we love you Wazza and like Ferguson has spoilt our fans with success, we’ve spoilt you with support. So, White Pele, come home soon and let us remind you what proper supporters do.

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    ROONEY LOSES IT!

    by Fabongrass Jun 19, 2010 16:15
    A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 07:04 Flag

    this was taken from an article

    England fans will believe that because they’ve travelled all that way and spent all that money, they have the right to voice their displeasure at such a dire performance. what are you trying to achieve? Is booing the players going to make them play better? Are they playing like shit out of choice but now you’ve booed them they are going to make the choice not to play badly? Or are you totally demoralising them? Are you making them angry and frustrated and like they have nothing to play for? If their own fans hate them so much, then what is the point?

    I sat in my seat for ages after the final whistle following our 4-1 defeat against Liverpool the season before last.We had applauded our players off the pitch and sung of our love for them, despite the agonising feeling that losing to your rivals, and possibly gifting them the title, brings.

    Rooney’s outburst will be criticised. They’ll question his professionalism and they will wonder whether he is in a position to talk of the fans this way. But the point is, Rooney was subjected to something he is not used to. He played badly, likely saw the fans shouting all the abuse that comes with playing badly for England, and was booed off the field. At United, he is untouchable, but last night he experienced something pretty shocking.

    I for one applaud what he said. England fans are out of control. If they want to boo, that is their right, but they will contribute to their own team’s downfall. Maybe that is what they want? Maybe they enjoy having something to bitch and moan about? But if you sit there booing your own team and slagging off your own players, don’t expect them to come out fighting for the shirt in the following game. I’d love Rooney to score in the next game and stick his fingers up at those mugs in the stands. Really give them something to boo about, lad.

    Being a football supporter doesn’t mean you never get fed up with your team and you’re never critical of your players. You obviously don’t become a robot stripped of emotion but you should be able to bite your tongue and get behind your team. If England’s campaign ends at the group stage, then booing the players off in that final game against Slovenia is more understandable, whilst still not a tact I would go for with my team. But to boo them now is madness. That is not a motivation to do well. When England go home, whenever that may be, the players and the manager will be blamed, but it is those fans out there, who’ve paid a shed load of money and who paint their faces, who have contributed to their own team’s demise, which surely totally contradicts their role as a football “supporter”.

    United fans have high expectations, put in place by the all the trophies we’ve won, yet it is a rarity to see such a negative reaction from our fans. No set of supporters is ever perfect, but by and large, we get behind our lads, regardless of the performance or the score. The recent 4-1 defeat at the hands of Liverpool is a prime example. You look at England fans, whose team have won one trophy ever, and that was 44 years ago, and you think why do they expect to win. Why do they demand such highs from a team who have repeatedly disappointed them? Yet whenever the team fail to meet their expectations, they boo and berate them.

    Regardless, we love you Wazza and like Ferguson has spoilt our fans with success, we’ve spoilt you with support. So, White Pele, come home soon and let us remind you what proper supporters do.

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    ROONEY LOSES IT!

    by Fabongrass Jun 19, 2010 16:15
    A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 06:10 Flag

    awww diddums, did he shout at your telly fab

    his heat of the moment remark has now been explained, and he has apologised.....................

    so no need to go on about it anymore is there
    PRICK

  • Reply to

    blame press for rooney,s form

    by A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 00:03
    A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 05:51 Flag

    oh how surprising, fabbygob has not heard of his apology, how quaint.
    fab im not saying what he did was good, it was not so its not "only lynden" but all im saying is he was not the only player to not turn up, no one did,
    if rooney had showed his frustration on the pitch he would have got slautered, he has been told to control himself, and at the whistle vented his frustration wrongly aiming it at the fans, but at least he showed it hurt as he is not used to being booed by his own fans, so hopefully he will respond in the right way and repay the fans with a match winning performance, your singling him out and making un-necessary comments about him stinks of anti-united, i dont remember you slating wenger when he assaulted pardew....................passion you called it

  • Reply to

    blame press for rooney,s form

    by A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 00:03
    A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 05:41 Flag

    rotf, blinkered mongrel,
    this from a guy who thinks van persie is prolific and arsenal are great on the back of winning the emirates cup

    fking love it

    and spurs babe, against usa rooney carved out golden opportunities for heskey and lennon, and they both fked up
    did not hear you slate lennon for his woeful finishing
    no just join the rooney bandwagon
    at least wazza is a winner

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    so called England fans

    by jul Jun 20, 2010 01:29
    A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 05:35 Flag

    its a fair point spursbabe, but why only rooney, lampard has been dire both games, as has johnson, lennon was crap this game, and wright phillips even worse, so why only rooney?
    if england win the cup, its the team, we play crap, its down to rooney, and on the praise thing, rooney was player of the year, gets called over-rated by abus, gets called a granny shagger by others, when he plays like the over-rated player he is supposedly, everyone blames him for englands demise, yes that is the life of an abu
    laughable....but also sad

  • Reply to

    Grounds wot I have been to

    by Eric Cantona Jun 18, 2010 16:09
    A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 04:17 Flag

    i mainly listed stadia so as not to confuse as the likes of arsenal, sunderland, and man city have new stadiums, none of which i have seen a game but i have seen the emirates and took some pics for my mate as i was delivering nearby and he is a gooner.
    whilst in the area on that very same day, i went for a walk around the old highbury ground, they have still kept most of the infastucture and still have the entrance gate on highbury hill

    form what i can remember my 1st visit to highbury was in 1985, we won 2-1 with goals from paul mcgrath and norman whiteside, charlie nicholas i think scored their goal, the next time i went we lost 2-1 in an fa cup tie, 87 i think, choccy mcclair missed a last minute penalty

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    ROONEY LOSES IT!

    by Fabongrass Jun 19, 2010 16:15
    A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 03:56 Flag

    was levelled at the prick fabongrass but you did mention everton which has nothing to do with england.
    anyway on another note, rooney has never pulled out of a friendly unless he is really injured and always gives 100 per cent even when he is not on form, he was rubbish last night, he knows it, and it hurt, hence the outburst, but at least he did not let it get to him during the game and get himself booked.
    but he still tried last night, even dropping deep to try and get something going........................what the fk has been lampards excuse last 2 games, brilliant for chelsea, yet done nothing,

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    The difference between England and Brazil

    by Swerve Jun 20, 2010 03:03
    A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 03:50 Flag

    risker, swerve, well said, rooney has not performed, no one has except gerrard in the 1st game, rooney was wrong to slate the fans, but at least it shows he is hurt by it, that is passion,

    1 thing is for sure though, if he scores a hat-trick next game, slayer and fabongrass will no doubt say "well it was only little slovenia"
    thats how childish they are

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    Grounds wot I have been to

    by Eric Cantona Jun 18, 2010 16:09
    A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 03:39 Flag

    a good refreshing post eric, the ones running it down are matchcast enthusiasts, ftr i dont get to away games any more as i can never get tickets but in the past i have been to to wembley, (old and new) highbury, upton park, white hart lane, the manor ground, kenilworth road, loftus road, anfield, goodison, maine road, hillsbro, carrow road, portman road, stamford bridge, the hawthorns, vicarage road, villa park, roker park, st james park,priestfield stadium, fratton park, swindon, selhurst park, plough lane, city ground, highfield road, elland road, the dell, ibrox, montpellier and rotterdam, mostly pre all seater and mostly 80,s 90,s era.

  • Reply to

    ROONEY LOSES IT!

    by Fabongrass Jun 19, 2010 16:15
    A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 03:20 Flag

    rooney was a young lad with ambition,
    i think you will find his loyalty to united and england is unmatched.
    still its nice to see you all still talking about united and their players,

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    The difference between England and Brazil

    by Swerve Jun 20, 2010 03:03
    A Yahoo! User Jun 20, 2010 03:16 Flag

    If they could turn the pace of the game up, harry, chase and fight for every ball like they have since they were kids in the English game they would do far better.

    what rooney does everytime he plays, then gets told by the press, which in turn pressures the manager, which leads to rooney being told to curb his temper, channel his aggression, which then leads to half the player he is, if you want the best out of rooney, then you have to let him express himself,