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Rooney calls on Man United players to 'stand up'
Wayne Rooney called on Manchester United's players to stand up and be counted, saying that manager Jose Mourinho is an easy target for the club's troubles.
Hodgson: Rooney ‘not guaranteed to start’
England manager Roy Hodgson guaranteed captain Wayne Rooney a place in his Euro 2016 squad, but admits his spot in the starting XI is up for grabs.
Rooney to miss Midtjylland trip
Manchester United will be without Wayne Rooney for their Europa League clash with Midtjylland today after he was left out of Louis van Gaal's 18-man squad.
Late Rooney spot-kick spares Van Gaal's blushes
A last-gasp Wayne Rooney penalty sent unconvincing Manchester United into the FA Cup fourth round at the expense of Sheffield United.
Rooney, Schneiderlin ruled out of Wolfsburg clash
Wayne Rooney and Morgan Schneiderlin were ruled out of Manchester United’s crucial Champions League clash with Wolfsburg due to injury.
Van Gaal calms fears over Rooney injury
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal moved to calm fears that captain Wayne Rooney is set for a spell on the sidelines after the striker limped out of Saturday’s 1-1 Premier League draw with Leicester City.
LVG ‘sick’ of Rooney questions
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal refused to be drawn on the form of Wayne Rooney and said he is fed up with being asked about it.
Rooney: I never filed transfer request at Man Utd
Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney insists he never filed a formal transfer request at Manchester United after a bust-up with then manager Alex Ferguson.
Ferguson reveals Rooney row, Balotelli interest
Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson revealed that he refused to allow Wayne Rooney to be paid more than him during a contract stand-off with the striker in 2010.
Rooney out of PSV clash
Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney will have to sit out Tuesday's Champions League game at PSV Eindhoven.
Rooney: Record is a dream come true
Wayne Rooney said it was a "dream come true" to break Sir Bobby Charlton's England goal scoring record and set his sights on adding to his total.
Hodgson defends decision to replace record-seeking Rooney
Roy Hodgson defended his decision to deprive Wayne Rooney of the chance to break Sir Bobby Charlton's goal scoring record in England's 6-0 win over San Marino.
Man Utd tops Barca in International Champions Cup
Wayne Rooney raised both arms in delight after his early goal and Manchester United had many more moments to celebrate in an impressive victory over Champions League winner Barcelona.
Hodgson: Rooney did not dive
Roy Hodgson insists Wayne Rooney did not dive to earn his side a penalty during Manchester United’s FA Cup victory at Preston.
Rooney's Everton return 'possible'
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright believes it is possible that Wayne Rooney may one day want to return to Goodison Park to finish his career with the Toffees.
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