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Picture special: fans protest against Rooney

October 22, 2010 Tags: Shorts 18 comments

Manchester United fans are a passionate bunch but nothing riles quite like a star player demanding a move out of Old Trafford. Since stories broke last weekend of Wayne Roone’s decision to reject United’s offer of a new contract, the PR battle has ebbed and flowed but the fans seem to have chosen only one side.

United supporters held up banners at the recent Champions League match versus Bursaspor at Old Trafford. One asked ‘Who’s the whore now, Wayne?’ while another said ‘Coleen forgave you, but we won’t’.

Rooney whore

Around 20 United supporters – dubbed the Men in Black – visited Rooney’s Wilmslow mansion last night. The fans, carrying a banner that warned “Join City and You’re Dead”, spoke to Rooney before the United striker called the police. The protest dispersed without arrests.

Men in Black

This Manchester city centre Nike advert was defaced with another stern warning for Rooney, who is believed to be considering a £260,000 per week offer from cross-town rivals City.

Rooney Nike Advert

Recalling the terrace plea from a small child for United to buy Rooney in 2004, one Twitter user had a novel message for Sir Alex Ferguson this week.

Lifetime United fan Paul Scholes had a novel approach to the Rooney-protest: he clattered the striker in training. Longsight-born defender Wes Brown appears to see the funny side.

Rooney Injury

18 comments

stuart - October 22, 2010 Reply

First time Scholesy has got a tackle just right.

Bill - October 22, 2010 Reply

I think Mark Hughes got it close today when he said that they have overplayed their hand in the negotiations. What a mess. Got to say that it would switch me off from football quite a lot of Rooney stayed after all this.

sidney - October 22, 2010 Reply

That’s ace

danniitronix - October 22, 2010 Reply

Unregistered User said:
First time Scholesy has got a tackle just right.

genuius

Farrukh Iqbal - October 22, 2010 Reply

brilliant!

moenoet - October 23, 2010 Reply

remember your comment when he score 30 goals this season….

for God sake he sign!!,
i don’t care what happen i just don’t want any good player leave at this moment… in the era of red midget..
cause what?? that would be a dream United will spent a money to bring player like Rooney quality….

so as long he still creating goals, and bring United Passions..I will support him

well if you still believe in the capability of Gibson,Anderson,Evans,, that’s your choice…to me ,,,they are SUCKS!!!

you feel disappointed??? hurt?? ,,,you should think of using a panty man!! cause Football is about goal and passion to win!! not some kind of cranky people like you guys!!!

sit and enjoy the goals man…!!!

danniitronix - October 22, 2010 Reply

men in black – awesome – vigilante, straight outta compton shit. ganged the mutha and he signed the contract like a bitch ass pussy.

kramer - October 23, 2010 Reply

Unregistered User said:
you feel disappointed??? hurt?? ,,,you should think of using a panty man!!

😆

Robbo - October 23, 2010 Reply

danniitronix said:
men in black – awesome – vigilante, straight outta compton shit. ganged the mutha and he signed the contract like a bitch ass pussy.

FFs Arseholes who should be beaten to within a inch of there life for being knobs such shit doesn’t belong in football nor does football need it.

danniitronix - October 23, 2010 Reply

Robbo said:
FFs Arseholes who should be beaten to within a inch of there life for being knobs such shit doesn’t belong in football nor does football need it.

Carry banner let your ire be known but death threats and hanging around outside the footballers house shows the spastic mentality of some fans.

or the fact that some fans are actually willing get off their fat arses and do something about something they fee passionate about.

i bet a lot of these fans have not got as enriched lives as you – they live and breath this shit 24-7, so for them not taking such action would be a crime

a banner ffs, this isn’t The Carebears mate

Robbo - October 23, 2010 Reply

You really do live in a strange world Dannii, would you say fair do´s if you wanted to go to a better paid job at another company and suddenly masked people were before your house ???

sidney - October 23, 2010 Reply

Robbo said:
You really do live in a strange world Dannii, would you say fair do´s if you wanted to go to a better paid job at another company and suddenly masked people were before your house ???

Ah, but, there lies the problem

United isn’t a company to the fans – it’s their life, their passion etc.

It’s not to Wazza, it’s just another employer… but he knows what he’s fucking with, as do all footballers

It’s an emotional game

arunk - October 26, 2010 Reply

Passionate yes…but to the point of putting someone in fear of their lives and in fear of the lives of their loved ones..no.

danniitronix - October 26, 2010 Reply

Robbo said:
You really do live in a strange world Dannii, would you say fair do´s if you wanted to go to a better paid job at another company and suddenly masked people were before your house ???

What Sid says, it’s the same all over the world not just football.

About 8 years ago India was getting shat on by Sri Lanka I think in a cricket world cup fine or semi and the fans decided to burn the stadium

if that weren’t bad, a load of them pitched outside the then then captains house plus some of the key players and covered the house in oil

in Pakistan they get donkeys and put effigies on them and parade them around the village. and then burn the effigy outside their houses

thankfully no one gives a fuck about me or my job.

sheesh - October 26, 2010 Reply

Robbo said:
You really do live in a strange world Dannii, would you say fair do´s if you wanted to go to a better paid job at another company and suddenly masked people were before your house ???

Gimp masks?

captainhormone - October 26, 2010 Reply

danniitronix said:
What Sid says, it’s the same all over the world not just football.

About 8 years ago India was getting shat on by Sri Lanka I think in a cricket world cup fine or semi and the fans decided to burn the stadium

if that weren’t bad, a load of them pitched outside the then then captains house plus some of the key players and covered the house in oil

in Pakistan they get donkeys and put effigies on them and parade them around the village. and then burn the effigy outside their houses

thankfully no one gives a fuck about me or my job.

the third world for you

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