Everton striker Wayne Rooney does not feel anyone will manage to break his Manchester United goalscoring record unless his former club decide to sign one of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
The England international ended his 13-year association with United earlier in the summer after it was known that his chances in the starting lineup would be restricted at Manchester United. Rooney was largely used from the substitutes’ bench during the previous campaign, and it was not until the final stages of the Premier League season, had he earned a regular role in the starting lineup.
In a report by Metro, Rooney is quite confident of preserving his scoring record of 253 goals which he achieved after surpassing Sir Bobby Charlton’s tally earlier in January. When asked on whether his feat would ever be broken, Rooney admitted that it would be hard as players don’t tend to stay at one club for long periods of time. However, the Englishman believes that former teammate Ronaldo and Barcelona star Messi could be two potential candidates, who could threaten his record. Continue reading Wayne Rooney confident of keeping hold of Manchester United goalscoring record
Wayne Rooney sent the England national team good luck messages as they prepare for their clash against Scotland in the World Cup qualifiers.
The player is on vacation in Greece where he is enjoying an extended summer break after being snubbed from the Three Lions
Gareth Southgate complained that Rooney was not getting top level football so he went with the other options. Rooney took to Instagram to wish the team well, posting: “Good luck to the lads against Scotland today. Do the business @England.”
Rooney is no longer an automatic option for club and country as his form drops. With United set to add two strikers this summer, things do not look for him. Even Marcus Rashford has overtaken the star in the pecking order. United could sign Alvaro Morata and Andrea Belotti soon as Jose Mourinho wants the best legs at the club. Continue reading ROONEY CONTINUES TO WISH ENGLAND WELL
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho stated that he wants to remain with the Red Devils for the long term.
The Portuguese manager said that he is enjoying his time working in Manchester and that he would want to extend his contract if possible.
The former Chelsea manager said that it was his dream job to manage Manchester United and that if ever the owners gave him a new contract he will not hesitate to sign it. He said that he has a long-term vision for the club and that he is looking forward to winning trophies.
He said that he had been so far with his career at Manchester United and he believes that the club is on a good path. Continue reading Mourinho keen to stay
Wayne Rooney has stated that he will not accept a reduced role at Manchester United without fighting.
The England forward who has lost his place in the starting line-up at Manchester United believes that he still can play at the highest level and that he is going to fight for his place.
The player said that he is still 31 years old and that he feels that there is still a lot of football left in him. Some pundits have argued that the player should accept that he can no longer play 60 games a season and that it is important that he have some rest.
Wayne Rooney did not seem to be happy with this and said that he is going to fight for his place. He believes that he is still a world-class player and that he can still be in the first team.
He said that it is his job to prepare himself well and to make sure that he is ready for whenever the manager needs him. He said that as a player it is natural that he wants to play every game but he has to respect the manager’s decision.
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England manager Roy Hodgson is expected to name a young squad for the Euro 2016 and this represents a great opportunity for these players to establish themselves in the national team according to Sir Geoff Hurst. The likes of John Stones, Harry Kane, and Ross Barkley are some of the youngsters expected to feature in this major competition. They have been doing exceedingly well for their respective clubs. This has earned them occasional chances in the international team, but they remain starved of opportunities at a major tournament.
Spain have been able to win major trophies with a young squad largely because they have gained experience of playing in a tournament over several years. Sir Geoff Hurst says that a major part of the success for the national team during the 1966 World Cup was achieved because many young players had already evolved to play against the best in the world. The likes of Alan Ball and Martin Peters were just starting to make their name as a footballer on the international scene. They played a starring role in the World Cup that was won by England.Geoff Hurst says that the young players for 2016 should grasp the opportunity at the Euro 2016. Continue reading Roy Hodgson is expected to name a young squad for the Euro 2016
England boss Roy Hodgson believes that Wayne Rooney is thriving as the captain of the England national team.
The Manchester United striker was recently seen leading his club team and this responsibility has also been carried over to the national team. Rooney has always been a player who leads by the example even without the armband. The work rate and the exemplary commitment shown by the 29-year-old is second to none. These attributes have only increased after being given the captain’s armband according to Hodgson. There was a danger of Rooney’s performances dropping due to the extra workload, but this has not happened so far.
Rooney has managed to lead England onto some great results during the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign. The three Lions are expected to head into the finals in France as one of the favourites for the title. England have managed to secure a maximum 18 points from the opening six matches of the qualification group. This has helped most to forget the extremely poor World Cup 2014 in which the team even failed to qualify beyond the group stages. Getting the captain’s armband has not really affected the goal record for England. Rooney is on course to break the record held by Bobby Charlton. Continue reading Roy Hodgson believes that Wayne Rooney is thriving as the captain of the England national team
Carlo Ancelotti, the Real Madrid boss, says that Javier Hernandez is not frustrated to have been sitting out of most of the games.
According to Ancelotti, the Mexico international would most definitely be completing his loan spell with the Champions of Europe.
It was said a few days ago that Hernandez wanted his loan deal to be ended.
But, Ancelotii cleared the air with his statement yesterday.
Talking to the media people, Ancelotti said, “Chicharito is wanted by us and he knows that. Yes, we have not been able to give him a lot of playing time, but, he understands the situation.” Continue reading Carlo Ancelotti says Javier is not Frustrated