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  ESPNsoccernet - Wayne Rooney Stats, News - Man Utd
Rooney was reluctantly sold by the Toffees to United, ahead of interest from Newcastle, following the finals as he recovered from a broken foot suffered in the quarter-finals against Portugal.
Rooney's success in his inaugural senior season continued at international level when he was fast-tracked into the England team - becoming the youngest player to represent his country when he made his debut against Australia in February 2003 at the age of 17.
Rooney is certain to be vital to club and country for years to come.
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 Wayne Rooney Pictures, Photos, News, Bio, Wallpapers, Fan Sites
Wayne Mark Rooney was born October 24, 1985 in Croxteth, a suburb of Liverpool, to Jeanette and Wayne Rooney, Sr.
Rooney's team-mate, Ryan Giggs, had this to say about Rooney's debut with the team, "To score a hat-trick in your first match for Manchester United is a very special feat but Wayne's display was even more unbelievable because of the circumstances.
Wayne has been given the number nine shirt and is eager to play, but the young striker may not make an appearance on the field due to an injury suffered at the end of April.
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 Wayne Rooney
Wayne Rooney was born on 24 October 1985 in Liverpool.
Wayne Rooney later revealed in his autobiography that: "I would have gone almost anywhere just to get away from David Moyes".
Rooney was impressive before Euro 2004, but shot up in value in that competition with his brilliant performances before he broke his metatarsal bone playing against Portugal - a game that England lost after his departure from the pitch.
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 www.manutdzone.com: Wayne Rooney: A career profile with pictures
Wayne Rooney said: "It was a tough decision to leave Everton, the club I've supported and played for all my life, but I'm excited to be joining a club as big as Manchester United.
Rooney was the Everton mascot at a Merseyside derby in 1996/97 aged 12.
Rooney persuaded his girlfriend, Coleen McLoughlin that he had found the home of their dreams after he noticed a pub in Prestbury appeared to be called the "Admiral Rooney".
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 Wayne Rooney
Wayne Rooney put the Red Devils in front early in the second half, but substitute Robin van Persie equalised with six minutes remaining before Henry wove his magic once again with virtually the last kick of the game.
Wayne Rooney scored his first international goal in a year to help England earn a 1-1 draw at the Netherlands yesterday in an international friendly.
Wayne Rooney goes into the new season knowing that comparisons with footballing greats of the past will become valid only if he wins the biggest prizes.
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 Wayne Rooney News
Sources close to Wayne Rooney have revealed the grand exploits of this foursome with their conquests ranging from the top of Hollywood to the slushpile of non-humanity (and beyond).
Either Wayne Rooney stepped on the crack of a sidewalk and crossed paths with a fl cat at the same time he was trying to pick up a penny on its tails side, or he hasn’t been drinking his milk.
Last week, Rooney’s goal against Portsmouth - that crazy chip that secured Manchester United’s spot in the 5th round of the FA Cup - was taken by many as a sign that Wayne Rooney was back in form for Manchester United.
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 Wayne Rooney's Official Website - Match Report
Wayne Rooney kept up his excellent record against hometown club Everton as Manchester United left it late to collect all three points.
Rooney then set up Carlos Tevez for the first chance of the game, but the Argentine's shot was deflected wide.
Rooney once again almost broke the deadlock when he clipped the top of the bar with a terrific strike, yet time was running out for United.
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 Wayne Rooney Gossip, Pictures, Videos, and more...
Rooney has been under an intense media spotlight since first arriving on the scene in the autumn of 2002, particularly coming to the public's notice on 19 October 2002 when he scored a memorable goal against title-holders Arsenal, ending their 30-match unbeaten run.
Rooney handed in a transfer request to Everton and on the evening of 31 August 2004, Rooney signed for Manchester United after a deal worth around £31 million (£49 million including wages) was agreed.
Rooney was struggling to gain proper control of the ball as he was involved in a tangle with Ricardo Carvalho and Petit, during which he appeared to stamp on Carvalho's groin.
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 Wayne Rooney
Manchester United unveiled Everton striker Wayne Rooney as their biggest signing of 2004 just before the transfer window was due to close in August.
Rooney's antics off the pitch did little to dispel these criticisms when a student accused him of assaulting him in a Manchester club.
Rooney denied this and was later vindicated as the claim was dropped.
www.4thegame.com /club/manchester-united-fc/player-profile/2897/waynerooney.html   (848 words)

  Wayne Rooney Biography & Profile
Wayne Rooney is a born and bred Liverpudlian.
Wayne Rooney joined Manchester United on Tuesday, 31 August 2004 despite a last minute holdup caused by his broken foot.
Rooney was the Everton mascot at a Merseyside derby in 1996/97
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 Wayne Rooney - TV.com
Wayne Rooney is a current star of both the Manchester United and England football teams.
Wayne Rooney: (On ex-England manager Sven Goran Eriksson) Don't think Sven has been a successful manager for 25 years and suddenly doesn't know where to play his players.
Wayne Rooney: (On ex-England footballer David Beckham) He scored a great goal, not many players can strike the ball like that but he is one of them.
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 Wayne Rooney - Manchester United
Rooney seems to improve with every game under the tutelage of Ferguson - someone who the young striker says has given him that winning mentality.
Paul Robinson kept Wayne Rooney on a tight leash and, although Scholes went close with a close-range header that should have given them the lead, the home side were unable to break through.
Rooney is rarely one to linger on his own exploits, however, and quickly turns to pointing out what the team must do over the festive period.
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 BBC SPORT | Football | England | Wayne Rooney diary
Rooney is still recovering from his broken metatarsal but his representatives have been to Everton to discuss their offer of a new five-year contract.
But the discussions are believed to be at an early stage and there is a feeling Wayne and his management company are unlikely to be in a rush to sign away the next five years of his life.
Rooney was missed in open play and in the shoot-out, as Portugal held their nerve to win.
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 Wayne Rooney - Stats and other info about this player
Wayne Rooney is an English football player who plays for Manchester United and in England's national team.
Rooney got a lot of media attention when he became the youngest player ever to score in the Premiership.
Wayne Rooney joined Manchester United from Everton in 2004 and in his debut game he scored a hat trick against Turkish Fenerbahce.
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 TheFA.com - Wayne Rooney
Again injured, Rooney was forced to watch the 3-2 defeat against Croatia from the sidelines.
At Euro 2004 in Portugal an 18-year-old Rooney helped England to the quarter-finals with four goals B only to suffer a metatarsal injury against the hosts.
Two years later Rooney was recovering from another metatarsal setback when England travelled to Germany for the World Cup, although he made it into the side for the last eight clash against Portugal again.
www.thefa.com /England/SeniorTeam/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/2008/01/Poty_WayneRooney.htm   (422 words)

  Wayne Rooney - Liga-Mistrzow.net
Wayne Rooney zadebiutował w barwach Evertonu podczas meczu z Southampton w sierpniu 2002 r.
Mimo, że Rooney nie strzelił gola w meczu, angielscy kibice mogli obserwować jego zapał w grze i szybkość z jaką poruszał się po boisku.
Pierwszego lipca podczas meczu ćwierćfinałowego z Portugalią Wayne Rooney otrzymał czerwoną kartkę za faul na Ricardo Carvalho.
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  Wayne Rooney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rooney made his debut for the club on 28 September, 2004 in the UEFA Champions League against Fenerbahçe, scoring a hat-trick and also an assist (the match finished in a 6-2 win for United).
Rooney was struggling to gain proper control of the ball as he was involved in a tangle with Ricardo Carvalho and Armando Petit, during which he appeared to stamp on Carvalho's groin.
Rooney's personal life has also often been marred by accusations from the press surrounding his visits to prostitutes, which he later confirmed to be true.
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 Wayne Rooney of Manchester United   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Rooney was in ebullient mood and was the driving force as United applied the early pressure.
Rooney was again in fine form for the Reds, brushing off the taunts of the Goodison Park crowd, while Van Nistelrooy put last season's nightmare behind him with a sharply taken goal...
Wayne Rooney was Manchester United's hero after an error of judgement by Liverpool goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek allowed the visitors to complete a double over their north-west rivals.
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 Wayne Rooney
Wayne Rooney was 16 years old when he scored his first goal in England's Premiership league on 19 October 2002.
Suddenly Rooney was marked as the future of English soccer, much as Michael Owen had been a few years earlier.
Rooney plays striker and is known for his goal-scoring instincts, his passing touch and his raw speed.
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Rooney is having an MRI scan on Thursday to determine the progress of his recovery from his metatarsal injury.
Rooney is currently spending two punishing sessions a day in an oxygen chamber in a bid to recover from the broken metatarsal he suffered at Stamford Bridge 10 days ago.
Rooney is due for a scan in around two weeks time which will determine the extent of his recovery, and from that whether he will remain part of England's squad for the duration of the tournament.
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 Wayne Rooney leading talent in world football @ Famous.y2u.co.uk
Rooney gained national prominence in October 2002 when he became the youngest* goal scorer in the history of the Premiership at 16 years and 360 days of age, while playing for Everton.
Rooney handed in a transfer request to Everton and on 31 August 2004 Rooney signed for Manchester United after a deal worth up to £27 million was agreed.
Rooney has rarely been out of the media spotlight since his emergence, and has received criticism for his relationship with fiancée Colleen McLoughlin, who is often featured in the tabloid press for her notorious shopping habits.
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 Wayne Rooney - Uncyclopedia
Born in 1881, Wayne "Giggsy" Rooney is renowned as one of America's most notable vaudeville performers known for his fierce satirical humor and relentless racial slurs.
Prior to his performing career, Rooney pursued the slap bracelet industry (unfortunately, this maverick was much too ahead of his time as the American people failed to realize his vision of self-wrapping wrist wear until the early 1990's, and the later 2070's when the slap bracelet made its long-await comeback).
Sadly, the whole affair had earned him the nickname Wayne the "Fancy Flamingo" Rooney which haunted him the rest of his life, although how or why this nickname was given to him is unknown to vaudevillian historians and the entire scope of reason, logic, and waffles.
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 Wayne Rooney - England's No 9   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Wayne Rooney is willing to become Paul Scholes' long-term successor at the head of the diamond if England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson decides to carry on with a three-pronged attack.
Rooney was given the role by Eriksson behind Michael Owen and Jermain Defoe in England's World Cup qualifier with Wales at Old Trafford and he slotted in effectively during the 2-0 win.
Rooney's performance came in praise from players of both sides as England strengthened their chances of qualifying for the 2006 World Cup.
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 The Observer | Sport | Wayne's World Cup?
Photograph: AP Wayne, that foot injury, did you know as soon as it happened that you were done for, out of the tournament?' 'Yeah.
Horrible.' That was Wayne Rooney, at last week's launch of his new Nike football boot, talking about his injury at Euro 2004, when he hobbled off the pitch with a broken foot.
Rooney may have been portrayed as shy and awkward - understandable in someone so young - yet he is learning fast.
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