Sunday, December 18, 2011


Manchester United had to play agains Queens Park Ranger, just when everybody was getting comfortable in their sits... the red devils star, Wayne Rooney, scored the first goal of the match with this diving header just outside the 6 yard box, getting one of the fastest goals of his career.

Wayne Rooney netted his 15th goal of the season after just 52 seconds and the champions then missed a succession of chances before Michael Carrick's first top-flight goal for almost two years all but sealed the points.
Sir Alex Ferguson's men might have crashed out of the Champions League and Carling Cup, but they have now taken 19 points from 21 since losing 6-1 to Roberto Mancini's City side, proving they will not give up their title without a fight.
Ferguson would have been choking on his cornflakes on Sunday morning were he to have read a newspaper interview in which former United captain Roy Keane escalated their recent spat.
Keane has been particularly critical of the club's youngsters, who had another chance to prove him wrong at Loftus Road - and it took them less than a minute to strike.
Rooney nodded the ball out to Antonio Valencia down the right before bursting into the box and stooping to head home the winger's cross.

Sunday, December 04, 2011


A dream of many fans could become true! I miss those time when two of best players of the world (Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney) show magic in every match they played. This news make me dream this old great times will come back, considering both of them are in their best moment.

It is just enough to take a look on Real Madrid squad to realize the strong and offensive power potential, however it is only well known that Jose Morurinho is looking for a partner to play with Gonzalo Higuain and Karim Benzema.

There are some rumors about Florentino Perez is able to spend a big amount of money to bring The Manchester United star, Wayne Rooney. According to the website Caught offside, Real Madrid is able to pay 55million €, maybe not enought to separate him from the Red Devils, squad where he became one of the top world soccer players.

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

closer to the glory

A great performance was shown by Wayne Rooney who has just scored a couple of goals in the match against Milan.
Although everybody expected to see the unstopable Christiano Ronaldo making what he knows, this star couldn't shine as much as red devils wanted but he was part of the first goal.
The author of the other two goals was Wayne Rooney and his good tecnic.

Red devils are ready for the next match it promises to be full of emotion.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Re-Live: Manchester United 7-1 Roma

Manchester United produced a performance beyond superlatives to sweep aside Roma and book a place in the Champions League semi-final with a remarkable seven goals that left Roma in ruins and the rest of Europe in awe.
Michael Carrick (2), Cristiano Ronaldo (2), Alan Smith, Wayne Rooney and Patrice Evra were the men on the scoresheet but all fourteen players who took part deserve a share of the abundant praise after a performance that will be remembered long after they've hung up their talented boots - regardless of whether this leads to glory in Athens or not.
For those supporters still nursing the scars of that terrifying ordeal in the Italian capital, revenge was indeed sweet. Retribution, as was fit and proper, came in the form of a sound beating, and not the sort dished out by baton-wielding police.
Three goals inside the first 20 minutes, four in the opening half, six within the hour, sent United into the semi-finals of the Champions League for the first time in five seasons. Never before have United overcome a first leg deficit to progress into the next round of the knock-out stage. As for scoring seven goals, their previous best was five.

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Goal appears but it wasn't enough

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.
Even when Henry didn't show magical moves and made many mistakes the last breath gave his team the victory over Manchester.
"I scored with my head so it must have been pretty special!" Henry said
"I wanted to make sure to at least make it difficult for Edwin [van der Sar] and I got the ball in the back of the net. It can't be better against Manchester United than to be 1-0 down and come back right at the end and win the game.
"A win against Manchester United is always special but especially so with the way we did it today. Doing the double over them is always a pleasure."

Monday, January 08, 2007

Wayne Rooney Buys £300,000 Florida Villa

Wayne Rooney and his fiancee Coleen McLoughlin have reportedly snapped up a luxury villa in Florida.
Coleen’s little sister Rosie suffers from Rett Syndrome, a brain disorder, and places like Sea World are ideal for her treatment.
The £300,000 villa is in a development in Harbor Pointe, Port Charlotte and is amongst the holiday homes of twenty other Premiership stars.
Golfer Lee Westwood always owns a property in the community which was voted one of the top five places to live in Florida.
Facilities include a restaurant, bar gym and swimming pool.
Rooney and his fiancee McLoughlin are also appearing together in a series of new ads for Coca-Cola.
McLoughlin is currently the face of Asda's range of "must haves" clothing.

Rooney turns down rest option

Wayne Rooney has snubbed the chance of a New Year’s break to rediscover his touch.
Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson was ready to give the England striker a 10-day rest, after a handful of tired-looking performances.
But Roo turned down the offer and was back at the Red Devils’ Carrington training ground yesterday for extra training.
Rooney, 21, was the only man who played the full game at Newcastle on New Year’s Day to put in any outdoor work.
Then, while the rest of the first-team squad took on the reserves, he did an hour’s shooting practice in a bid to find the answer to his recent barren spell.
A United source revealed: “No one expected to see him.
“We all thought he had been given time off but he was really hitting the ball hard.
"David Beckham used to fire free-kicks on his own, so I suppose it’s a similar scenario for Wayne.
"At least it shows how eager he is that he is willing to put the effort in.”
Rooney has not been on target since scoring against Manchester City on December 9 and has since gone five games without a goal.
The source added: “It’s the first time I’ve seen him do it but it’s been a frustrating time for him in front of goal this season.”

Thursday, November 16, 2006


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.
Having rediscovered his best form for his club, Rooney showed he's back to his best in international colours and his first half strike, from an exquisite Joe Cole cross, was one of many magical moments from England's latest talisman.
Rooney got behind the Dutch defence in the 37th minute and kicked the ball into the net with his right heel. It was the Manchester United striker's first goal for England since scoring against Argentina in a friendly last November in Geneva.
Steve McClaren said he was pleased to see Rooney back in form for England.
"His performance was back to Wayne Rooney as we know him," McClaren said.
Rafael van der Vaart equalised for the Netherlands in the 86th minute, stabbing the ball in after a long throw from the left.
The draw will do little to take the pressure off McClaren, who has been under fire since his team lost to Croatia and drew with Macedonia in European Championship qualifying.