ROONEY: GREENWOOD STILL HAS A HUGE ROLE TO PLAY

Following the signing of Jadon Sancho by Manchester United from German Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund this summer, there have been questions raised about the future of forward Mason Greenwood at the club. Both United and Dortmund confirmed in their official statements via their respective social media handles that they had reached an agreement for the transfer of the England international attacker to Old Trafford this summer but while it has been a great piece of news, there could be a little problem as well.

ROONEY VOWS TO REPAY DERBY FAITH

Derby County boss Wayne Rooney has vowed to repay the faith shown in him by the club after the Manchester United legend guided the team to safety on the final day of the English Championship season this term.
Wayne Rooney recently spoke to the club's official TV about his future, football management and Derby County owner Mel Morris. The ex-Three Lions of England striker told Rams TV that his future lies with the club and that he's ready to take Derby County to the next level. Wayne Rooney also thanked the owner Morris for the faith shown in him.

Rooney said that he always knew that he would go into football management after hanging up his boots. The former Manchester United striker was the mastermind as the Rams escaped relegation to English League One with a dramatic 3-3 draw at home to Sheffield Wednesday. The result sent Sheffield Wednesday down to League One.

ROONEY BACKED IN RELEGATION BATTLE

Derby County manager Wayne Rooney has been backed for the job amidst the poor run of form in the league. Rooney, 35, was given a vote of confidence by Rob Lee, a former Derby County player.

Wayne Rooney has been exposed to football management earlier than expected after he was made the Derby County manager in the place of the sacked Philip Cocu. Dutchman Cocu was sacked towards the end of last year after guiding the club to the bottom of the English Championship table. Rooney replaced Cocu on an interim basis before his appointment was made permanent mainly due to the good results posted during the time of his interim appointment.

Ex-Derby County midfielder Rob Lee backed Wayne Rooney as the Rams manager in an exclusive interview with Football League World.According to him, the fans should not judgeRooney until he has been backed in the transfer window.

ROONEY PROVIDES UPDATE ON LEADING SCORER

Derby County manager Wayne Rooney has provided an injury update on leading goalscorer Colin Kazim-Richards after he was subbed off during the Rams' last game, a 1-0 defeat at the hands of hosts Stoke City at the weekend. In his post-match press conference after the Stoke City game, Wayne Rooney revealed that his topscorer was not able to play the entire game against the Potters as he's still struggling with the hip injury that made him a doubt ahead of the league meeting with Stoke City. Colin Kazim-Richards picked up the hip injury in the battling draw with Premier League promotion chasers Brentford last week. Wayne Rooney and his Derby County players came from two goals down to earn a point at home to the London club via a 2-2 draw. Lee Gregory and Louie Sibley scored in the second half to secure a priceless point in the battle to survive relegation in the English Championship.

MIDFIELDER TO RETURN FOR WATFORD CLASH

Derby County manager Wayne Rooney has revealed that young midfielder Louie Sibley will return to the squad for the Watford game on Friday night. Wayne Rooney confirmed the return of Sibley in his pre-match presser ahead of the game against the Premier League promotion hopefuls. Wayne Rooney takes his players to Vicarage Road to face fifth-placed Watford in what's a tough game on paper but the Derby County contingent would be confident after the performances from the last two games. Wayne Rooney has led the Rams to two straight wins in the English Championship on the back of the disappointing loss at the home of Rotherham United.


Derby County produced their most timid display under the stewardship of manager Wayne Rooney when they lost 3-0 at Rotherham United but they have since recovered with wins over Middlesbroughat home and away to bottom team Wycombe Wanderers. Derby County won the two games by the same scoreline of 2-1.Derby County player Louie Sibley missed the away game at Wycombe Wanderers during the week due to a dead leg but he has recovered to take his place in the squad for the visit to London to take on the Hornets.

WAYNE ROONEY NAMES HIS ULTIMATE XI OF FORMER UNITED TEAMMATES

Wayne Rooney, one of the greatest players in the history of Manchester United, has announced his retirement from a stellar playing career and has decided to shift focus to the management aspect of the game instead.
The former United player is the club's greatest-ever scorer and currently holds the record of the most goals scored in the Red Devils history with 253 goals. Although he still had playing careers at Everton, DC United, and Derby County, he would be most remembered as a former Manchester United player without any doubt because of his contributions during a glorious career at Old Trafford.


Another reason is that he spent most of his career at United. He represented the Red Devils and donned their famous red shirt for 13 years and made 559 first-team appearances for the club in the process. Most of those years were spent playing for legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson and of course, there were victories and successes talking about trophies won.

ROONEY WANTS DERBY JOB

Derby County player-coach Wayne Rooney has thrown himself into the frame for the vacant managerial post at Derby County after the sleeping English Championship giants dismissed their manager Philip Cocu. Dutch manager Cocu had to pay with his job after Derby County fell to the bottom of the English Championship table.
Rooney told reporters during his pre-match presser for the Bristol City game at the weekend. He has been placed on temporary charge of the team on the back of Philip Cocu being sacked. According to him, he has been clear that he sees himselfas a manager. Wayne Rooney further said that he has been impressed with the respective jobs that former teammates like Steven Gerrard (Rangers), Frank Lampard (Chelsea) and Scott Parker (Fulham).


Liverpool legend Gerrard pushed Celtic all the way towards to the title at the end of last season.Celtic won the Scottish Premier League title in the last campaign but they already trail Rangers by 11 points. Ex-Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard is on course to end the title drought for Rangers. For Lampard, his Chelsea team is a title contender going by all that has happened in the two-month old Premier League campaign this season.

Rooney Reminisces His Days with Guardiola

Wayne Rooney is today the all-time top scorer of goals for United. He started as a wonder kid who debuted at 16 years of age with a top score at Toffees. Thus his career started at Everton. Here he was dubbed wonder kid and he started his career in Manchester United in 2004 with a price tag of €25.6 million. In the summer of 2017, he returned back to the club of his boyhood days.

ROONEY AND THE PFA AWARD TEN YEARS LATER

 

England star Wayne Rooney won his only PFA Players’ Player of the Year award in 2010. This was after an
impressive season with Manchester United whilst at his prime. The Red Devils ended that season behind
Chelsea, fighting till the end but losing by a point. They were gunning for a fourth straight title following
victories since 2007 when the Blues won it last.

ROONEY CALLS FOR PATIENCE

Old Trafford legend Wayne Rooney has called on Manchester United faithfuls to be patient as manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to guide the club back into the Champions League and fight for top honours again, home and abroad.

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