Rooney Exposes MLS, Asks for Pay Hike

Wayne Rooney might have made a move from Major Soccer League following a short stint at the DC United but it seems like he is not yet ready to stop trying when it comes to his tenure just yet.


Wayne Rooney had pointed out at MLS for not offering enough payment to the American players it has. Also, they highlighted that the generated revenue doesn’t correspond to the pay which is given out to some players.
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Wayne Rooney Seek After, Setting Example

Wayne Rooney set apart for Manchester United from Everton for £25.6million in 2004. He continued to appear, scoring 253 targets in a 13-year time period at the club. In the wake of breaking goal scoring records for Liverpool Schoolboys, the Croxeth forward made his presentation for Everton at 16 years of age in a Premier League facilitate against Tottenham.

His first senior destinations came against Wrexham in the partnership cup a large portion of a month later, yet he got his top of the line objective, netting the champ against Arsenal just five days shy of his seventeenth birthday festivity. The goal was a screamer, with Rooney cautiously controlling the ball 30-yards-out before looking upward and winding it into the top corner with a little help from the crossbar.
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ROONEY – EUROPEAN CLUBS SHOULD LOOK AT MLS FOR TRANSFERS

The MLS is still buzzing from the latest transfer window where the League broke its record of highest transfer received with the sale of Miguel Almiron from Atlanta to Newcastle United. The transfer of Almiron created a lot of publicity in the MLS and England for various reasons.

In the MLS the $27 million fees received was the highest and showed that MLS clubs were coming of age in producing quality talent. While in England many were surprised that Newcastle had broken its transfer record to sign a player in a relatively inferior league.
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Wayne Rooney To Act As A Pundit

BT Sport brings in Wayne Rooney as a pundit the first match of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. He is currently in the offseason of MLS but being a studio guest is something he is enjoying as well. The pundit team of BT Sport will bring him in along with others to witness this game. Jose Mourinho sacked at the beginning of this week, Solskjaer has been appointed in his place by United to take on managing the team. Being a legend of Old Trafford, Solskjaer is expected to bring in good influence on the team.

Rooney are out in a guest appearance for England when they played against the United States last month. This took place at the Wembley stadium in November. He is now freed from club commitments which he previously had with MLS club DC United. As he joins the studio of BT Sport, there would be others on the pundit team as well such as Danny Gabbidon who is a retired international Wales player and was also a Cardiff defender.
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Wayne Rooney Excited With His England Farewell

Wayne Rooney has stated that he feels honored to make the final appearance as an England player. Also, he expresses his gratitude for manager Gareth Southgate for deciding his playtime against the United States. The former star from Manchester United interview and showed his excitement earning the 120th cap for his team at the farewell match. This was a friendly match against the US at Wembley Stadium.

Rooney has commented that playing on the squad for the match while checking some of the old teammates, meeting the coaching staff, seeing Gareth and then playing at Wembley for the last time in his life is certainly going to be a great moment for him.
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ROONEY – NO EUROPE RETURN FOR ME

Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney has denied claims that he would return to Europe for some more action during the Major League Soccer off-season. The former England skipper has been prolific since moving to the United States to feature for DC United.

He arrived July, and has helped the club from bottom of the Eastern Conference to a play-off spot. Rooney’s 12 goals have been crucial to DC as they gather 39 points within that period. Ahead of the regular season finale against Chicago Fire on Sunday, there have been strong rumours that the former Everton man would want some game time in the league’s offseason, especially as he is in-form.
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