Wayne Rooney hopes his Tomway can get off the mark in the 2.10 at Chepstow today.
It hasn’t taken long for the Manchester United striker to reveal his true feelings about Manchester City’s title triumph in the Premier League.
The England striker, not generally known for being good with too much time on his hands, has had a pop at the blue half of Manchester’s title winning side and the fawning media attention that’s gone with it.
Refreshed from a family holiday in Vegas, Rooney (26) told the Manchester Guardian that: “Everyone’s been saying how well City have played and how they’ve dominated
the Premier League, but they’ve done it on goal difference!”
“We’ll be back, there’s no worries about that, we will be back stronger and better than ever.”
Rooney might decide that a pre-Euro 2012 trip to Chepstow is the ideal way to relax ahead of England’s friendly against Norway on Saturday, marking new England boss Roy Hodgson’s first game in charge.
Hodgson will hope that an idle Wayne Rooney, who misses the first two Group games through suspension, doesn’t become a liability rather then an asset in the weeks ahead.
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