Thursday, 20 May 2010

Manager of the future

Rooney has recently been quoted that it is his dream to be an England national team coach. He plans to get a coach badge as soon as possible. But since he still an active players, he knows that there will be plenty of absence for the training.

” I want to have a career in management. I‘ve been with Everton when I was 9 yrs old, and football became one of the most important thing in my life ever since. When I quit football,  I want to keep involved on it.” He added,” I started the training course  this season, and probably I’ll have  plenty of absences, but hopefully I can do it next year.”

Rooney succeeded in collecting 34 goals this season, and he will be one of the most promising player to join the Three Lions for the upcoming World Cup 2010.

He mentioned his dream of being a coach after he received the award for 'The best England Footballer of the Year'.

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Off to Austria

Rooney and the rest of the England squad have left for Austria to prepare for the World Cup finals. They will be training at altitude. 

Only 23 players can go the World Cup, but who will they be? 

With England’s final home friendly before the World Cup just around the corner, Manager Fabio Capello will no doubt already have a good idea of the 23 players who will be on the plane to South Africa in a couple of weeks.

Capello’s current 30-man squad face Mexico and Japan prior to the final squad announcement on 1 June, giving players their last opportunity to stake a claim for a place.

In accordance with FIFA rules, a list of all national squads must be submitted showing players’ “full last name(s), all first names, popular name, number on the shirt, position, place and date of birth, passport number, club and country of the club, height, weight, number of caps won and number of goals scored...

"Only the numbers 1 to 23 may be allocated to these players, with number 1 being reserved exclusively for one of the goalkeepers. Only these 23 players (except in cases of force majeure recognised by the FIFA Organising Committee) will be permitted to compete in the final competition.”

Wednesday, 12 May 2010

England Squad

Wayne Rooney as expected is in the England training squad of 30 players. He will travel to Austria for altitude training. He is expected to be included in the 23 players going to the South Africa World Cup.

Utd vs Stoke

Manchester United comfortably defeated Stoke but were deposed as Premier League champions on an afternoon of anti-Glazer protests at Old Trafford.

Rooney played 77 minutes

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

United vs Sunderland

Not much for our man in the game, away to Sunderland. He didn't do much but did manage to get booked.

Nani scored the only goal as Manchester United overcame Sunderland to ensure the Premier League title race will go down to the final day of the season.
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