It seems as if in this season all eyes are being placed on David Moyes, with some fans stating that he needs to leave the club if they want to recover the glory of their past years while others insist in saying that the Scottish coach just needs time to settle in Old Trafford.
England manager Roy Hodgson has praised Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney by saying that he expects to put behind his troubles with his club to shine in the friendly match against the Republic of Ireland. Hodgson is expected to name Rooney alongside Daniel Sturridge in the match.
The striker recently handed a transfer request to Manchester United after growing frustrated with life on the sidelines. The arrival of £ 24 million signing Robin van Persie has taken the limelight away from Rooney, who has been linked with a move to PSG and Chelsea in the last few weeks.
Although some of the clubs can be guilty of failing to take it as seriously as they should, most fans of Premier League clubs still value the FA Cup – and it is also still a popular choice when it comes to football betting.
The Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has said that he has improved a lot as a person since his famous foul-mouthed outburst at Upton Park. Rage and anger have been one of the main problems for Wayne Rooney in the early stages of his career.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has said that he was still surprised at the way Wayne Rooney struggled to reproduce this excellent club form for the England national team at the Euro 2012.
Despite having scored almost 30 goals in the league alone for Manchester United, Wayne Rooney managed only one goal at the Euro 2012, although he was suspended for the first two matches of the group stages. He was especially poor in the quarter-final match against Italy. This has led to criticism from many saying that Wayne Rooney does not produce his best for the England national team.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has said that he is extremely sure that striker Wayne Rooney will one day beat the record set by Sir Bobby Charlton for the most number of goals scored for Manchester United.
Bobby Charlton currently holds the record for having scored 249 goals for Manchester United during his career with the Red Devils. Wayne Rooney scored two goals against Everton during the weekend to moved level with George Best and Dennis Viollet when it comes to the goalscoring charts.
Player’s union chief Gordon Taylor has said that Wayne Rooney has become a much better player this season and he also praised the maturity levels of the England international.
Wayne Rooney has been one of the main reasons for Manchester United to challenge for the Premier league title this season.
Athletic Bilbao player Fernando Llorente has said that even though Manchester United are the favourites due to the presence of players like Wayne Rooney, his club do have a chance but it comes to qualify for the next stage of the Europa league.
Manchester United will be facing Spanish club Athletic Bilbao in the last 16 of the Europa league knowing that they are one of the favourites not only to progress to the next round, but also to win the tournament as well.
Wayne Rooney's sensational goal against Manchester city has been named as one of the contenders for the goal of the year award given by FIFA.
The Puskas Award is given by FIFA for the best goal scored by any player during the season. Wayne Rooney will be competing for this award along with Lionel Messi and Brazilian sensation Neymar.
A photoshop work of a Manchester City fan has been released online and it features the likes of Rooney, Messi and Ronaldo in the same team. The mocked-up City squad contained 80 players, most added digitally, including Wayne Rooney, Lionel Messi and, bizarrely, the 'Where's Wally?' character.
The mix-up occurred after Aris's editorial team, searching the internet for a City team photo, happened upon a mocked-up version shown on the Guardian's website, poking fun at City's sizeable ambitions in the transfer market, and believed it was the real squad.