Press Association & Wayne Rooney
The Press Association is the national news agency of the United Kingdom and Ireland, supplying multimedia news content to almost all national and regional newspapers, television and radio news, as well as many websites with text, pictures, video and data content globally. Wayne Mark Rooney (born 24 October 1985) is an English footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Manchester United and the England national team. /5
Press Association: Wayne will remain as England captain under interim manager Gareth Southgate
Falcao ready to fight for starting place Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao is relishing the competition for places up front alongside Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and James Wilson. The Colombian has made three substitute appearances since returning from a troublesome calf injury in November's victory over Hull City at Old Trafford, most recently stepping off the bench to help consolidate Sunday’s entertaining 3-0 win over Liverpool. Now that he is approaching full fitness, Falcao is determined to regain a starting place in Louis van Gaal's team but readily admits he must earn that opportunity. "I feel ready for the moment that the team needs me," the 28-year- old told the Press Association. "Whenever I have the opportunity to come on, I try to do my best for the coach [van Gaal] and I try to help the team. We talk a lot, the coach and I. He has a philosophy that I respect. I have had an injury and I have had to wait for the opportunity to play. "I am almost at 100 per cent now, so let's wait an ...
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Rooney primed for Arsenal clash Wayne Rooney says United are confident of beating Arsenal on Sunday and subsequently closing the gap on the Barclays Premier League leaders. Having suffered a few setbacks in the opening months of the season, the Reds appear to have turned a corner and are currently unbeaten in eight matches across all competitions. Such a confidence boost is welcomed ahead of facing Arsenal, who visit Old Trafford at the weekend as the division's early season pacesetters. However, Rooney is adamant his in-form team-mates can topple Arsene Wenger’s high-flying Gunners. “We're obviously capable of beating Arsenal, we've done it many times in the past,” Wayne told Press Association and ManUtd.com. “They're on a good run of form at the moment and are top of the league, so we know it's going to be a difficult game. But we have to go into that game confident, believing we can edge closer to them and bring us back into the mix of being at the top of the league." On Arsenal’s title aspir ...
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