Rooney Searches for Another Playoff

As his Major League Soccer livelihood draws into a close-by and he prepares to return home to England, Wayne Rooney may need one logically took shots at the playoffs. The dependable Manchester United and English national gathering striker is in the last typical season stretching with D.C. Combined, which is 12-10-9 this season for fifth in the Eastern Conference. There are three games to go, including Sunday's match at home against the Sounders.

"I know experimentally it doesn't put us in a playoff spot as of now, yet I think we have to lose each game and the gatherings outside the playoff spots need to win each game and in case that happens, by then we don't reserve the option to be in it," Rooney said.

Wayne Rooney Talks about Managerial Job Offers

Wayne Rooney revealed that he has received offers of managing America and England. The former captain of England is one year into a 2 ½ year contract with DC United, the Major Soccer Side and has scored twenty-three goals in forty appearances. His excellent form had been underlined this week with a superb foal from the inside in his own half. This is the 3rd such attempt in his career against Orlando City where they won by 1-0. This takes Manchester United to level their points with Montreal Impact and only 2 adrift of Philadelphia leader Eastern Conference.

Rooney, the striker is all set to turn to thirty-four. However, he is looking forward to a career in dugout. When he was asked if other clubs are getting in touch with him to offer a management post, he said that both America and England have. He says that there is a chance for him to shift to the post of management straight away. When he has the boots up, the decision is going to be taken on what is the ambition of the club and what are his ambitions. He will then decide what is right for him and that specific team.

MANCHESTER UNITED NEED A MIRACLE AT CAMP NOU

Manchester United Quarterfinal clash at Barcelona on Tuesday promises to be a classic as the tie is poisely balanced. Despite Barcelona getting a good victory at Old Trafford last week, United go into the clash with hope following their heroics at PSG in the round of 16.

However, Barcelona is a different team to the Parisians who lacked self-belief and were without injured stars Neymar and Cavani. The Catalan outfit have a fully fit team to choose from and have Lionel Messi who can come up with magic when needed.

Joe Cole Talks about being a Boy Wonder

Joe Cole, former attacking midfielder or winger and an English football coach working three days at the Chelsea Academy spoke about his journey as a teenage prodigy and how he was just like everyone else, in an interview

The tale of Joe Cole signing his first professional contract with west ham united will be told time and again and people will proudly confess being witness to such an event, were the thoughts of Upton Park stadium announcer.Manchester United tried to bring in the player at the age of seventeen but he wanted to play with his mates and so he stayed with the Hams.

Rooney Helps Solskjaer With His New Appointment

Solskjaer stated that Wayne Rooney was a big help in getting the Man City in a positive mode within a short time. The Norwegian, who is now 45 years of age, has been temporarily appointed after Jose Mourinho was sacked recently. He stated that the advice and encouragement that Rooney gave him was helpful. He has the responsibility to work on breathing life back into a club that is stagnating. However, the match that was immediately scheduled after his appointment ended with a triumph of a 5-1 score in Cardiff City.

Ole Gunnar admitted that the words of the former star player of Manchester United, Wayne Rooney was helpful in guiding him on how to motivate the players who were in the midst of a managerial change. The first match was scheduled on Saturday; two days after Gunnar took charge. He stated that the advice that Wayne gave him was very helpful. He stated that Rooney advised that he had to allow the players to enjoy themselves and play the game the way they do best. With the triumph that the club gained it is a sign that this worked. Solskjaer states that most players felt shackled and careworn. Hence, what they needed was to feel liberates so that they could attack with their pace and score.

PELLEGRINI CLAIMS WILSHERE WORTHS $100M

Manuel Pellegrini has claimed that Premier League side West Ham have got a $100m player in their ranks in Jack Wilshere.

The former Arsenal midfielder who joined the London club on a free transfer in the summer after quitting the Emirates, is back in action for West Ham following a two month injury layoff which left him on the sidelines.
The 26 year old has struggled with fitness issues throughout his West Ham career but the Hammers gaffer says it is worth the risk owing to his immense quality.

SHILTON CRITICAL OF ROONEY’S ENGLAND RE-APPEARANCE

England record appearances holder Peter Shilton has been critical of Wayne Rooney’s feature in the England game against the United States slated for later this month.

The former England skipper is set to come out of international retirement for his 120th farewell game. The 33-year old has scored 53 games in 119 games, so this would be a milestone for him.

Luke Shaw compares his body-build to Wayne Rooney’s

Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has stressed that his body has never been out of shape and his figure could be compared to former Red Devil Wayne Rooney. Shaw has struggled to secure a regular role under Jose Mourinho owing to concerns regarding his attitude and fitness but he is keen to prove a point during the upcoming campaign.

Speaking to The Guardian, he said: “People think because of the way I'm naturally built I'm bigger than I am. People can say I'm fat but I know my own body. Of course, I always look big because I'm bigger built. You could say a Wayne Rooney type of body. But of course I worked hard and not just for them [the critics], I wanted to for myself, get in the best shape and that wasn't my best shape.”

Rooney Did His Best As Per Ben Olsen

Wayne Rooney described his initial start for MLS side DC United was not as easy as he expected it to be. It was not a so good afternoon for Rooney, the former Manchester United and Everton striker as they lost 3-1 to Atlanta United. It all happened due to a misplaced card by the striker that led to the opening goal of Atlanta. Rooney said it was a difficult game for them and Atlanta made it to the top. He also appreciated the good job done by Atlanta. Rooney knew it would be a bit tough game as they did not do well enough to achieve victory this time. However, there are many things that they learned and the striker is happy about the extra minutes that he got on the pitch as it would help him in the long run. He is disappointed on the whole, but will certainly buck up do his best in the next game.

Ben Olsen, the head coach said that Rooney did well and showed his best performance on the first goal. It was a good experience to play against one of the best teams in the league for Rooney and his team as they got an opportunity to understand what MSL is all about. The coach said they are lucky to have Rooney as he only gets better and better with time. Rooney has been with multiple teams and gelling with the attackers is not tough for him.

Wayne Rooney Denies Talk Of Rift With Everton Boss

Everton striker Wayne Rooney has denied talk of a rift between him and manager Sam Allardyce. The former England international was livid after being substituted early in the Merseyside derby this month but the pair appear to have since resolved their difference.

Speaking to reporters, Rooney said: “It's me that gets highlighted a bit more than it would with other players. There was no issue with the manager and me or with me coming off. I respect the manager's decision but of course, there was frustration because I wanted to stay on. I spoke to him [afterwards] but really we spoke because of how it was getting built up to be something it wasn't. There was no issue over it."

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