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Everton

ArtisanWenger

Registered User
Manchester United's Wayne Rooney admits that claiming victory over his old club made the three points that little bit sweeter.

Sir Alex Ferguson's men snatched the points against Everton on Sunday courtesy of Cristiano Ronaldo's 88th minute penalty.

And Rooney, who signed from The Toffees in 2004, says that the triumph over his previous club was 'extra special'.

"Of course, it is extra special to beat my old team," he said.

"There is a bit of banter between myself and the Everton fans. Sometimes I come out on top, sometimes they do.

"But the most important thing is that we got the three points."

Rooney went on to praise Ronaldo after the Portugal international opened the scoring with a stunning strike, before coolly finishing at the death.

Ronaldo

"I watched Cristiano practice penalties in training on Saturday and he put every one in exactly the same place. That is why he practices," he continued.

"His first goal was a great strike. We all know what he can do, so there is no surprise there."

United's next fixture sees them take on Sunderland at the Stadium of Light, and Rooney is wary of Roy Keane's team.

"We always have hard games at Sunderland," he said.

"Their fans are good and always get right behind the team, which makes it difficult for us.

"They are at the wrong end of the table, so they will be fighting hard to get some points.
Why is roo so bitter i thought it was the club he supported........
 

Wan

PESGaming legend in opposite world
It's going to be tough now for Everton to claim the fourth spot as it looks like Liverpool has regain the winning form.
 

liljovi93

Registered User
The way you've been posting lately makes it hard to believe you're joking.
I don't know what i've done though
I'm only saying what i think about people ripping into Liverpool.
I'm really, honestly, not bad.
For some reason though, i've been saying bad things on this website, well so everyone thinks!
 

Rambo

The Next Big Thing
I don't know what i've done though
I'm only saying what i think about people ripping into Liverpool.
I'm really, honestly, not bad.
For some reason though, i've been saying bad things on this website, well so everyone thinks!
There's nothing wrong with defending your beloved team, but the manner you do it is quite moronic. You obviously haven't been here long enough to know that many people take the piss out of Liverpool (the same goes with the other 3 big clubs) and like to laugh at their downfall at any opportunity, you just need get used to it, if you can't well your reputation will only get worse.
 

liljovi93

Registered User
There's nothing wrong with defending your beloved team, but the manner you do it is quite moronic. You obviously haven't been here long enough to know that many people take the piss out of Liverpool (the same goes with the other 3 big clubs) and like to laugh at their downfall at any opportunity, you just need get used to it, if you can't well your reputation will only get worse.
I'll try my best then;
 

AgentZero

Registered User
Moyes to sign Saha!? I bet he wont have another serious injury and start banging 20 a season once he leaves United.
 

Wan

PESGaming legend in opposite world
Well Moyes is desperate for a new signing because Johnson left the team and the ans are unhappy with the lack of transfer activity this summer.
 

Yossi

Loopy about Lupoli
After sponging off society all his life, sending in sick notes as often as possible, never doing a full weeks work, and basically being a lazy useless fat scrounger, it was inevitable that Louis Saha would end up signing for a Liverpool club.
 
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