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Wayne Rooney mentions who he likes from the current Manchester United players

By Harry Smith

Wayne Rooney mentions who he likes from the current Manchester United players

Although he pretty much criticized the whole team, he did save some players

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Manchester United legend, Wayne Rooney sat down and had an interview last night with Times Sport. When he was asked about his favorite team panorama for this season, the ex-footballer didn’t hold back and took the opportunity to say what he really thinks of this group of players. He even played with some of them.

The former England and United striker thinks that the current dressing room is rotten: “Ten Hag will be making a lot of demands to get a reaction out. But with this group, this has been happening for so long that changing their ways is going to take something drastic. They’re emotionless, there is no character, no heart”.

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Despite this, he still believes some players do care a little bit more than the rest: “I’m not talking about every player. Maguire and Fred will always try, McTominay may not be Scholes or Carrick but he will always go out and show some balls. They have been trying to lift the group, but it comes down to individuals to take responsibility”.

The new DC United manager knows something needs to be done in the club because he knows what is like to wear the Manchester United shirt. Rooney knows exactly that this club should be fighting for titles every season and hates the fact that in recent years, the current team has shown no guts whatsoever. 

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Wayne Rooney played for Manchester United for 13 years. He arrived from Everton as a teenager back in 2004 and left in 2017 as the team captain during his last season. In the process, Rooney became the club’s top goalscorer in history with 253 goals in the Red Devils jersey after overcoming Sir Bobby Charlton’s previous record.


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