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Thread: Rooney Falls On His Sword

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    Rooney Falls On His Sword

    ...for two games at least. Withdrawn himself from selection for the next two games. So, who had a quiet word? Himself? Rosenior? Schteeve? And God forbid we win the next two and he claims itís his team management that made the difference....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy_Faber View Post
    ...for two games at least. Withdrawn himself from selection for the next two games. So, who had a quiet word? Himself? Rosenior? Schteeve? And God forbid we win the next two and he claims it’s his team management that made the difference....
    Mebbe he read my posts........


    ..... or mebbe not.

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    Worrying that the journo describes it as Rooney "positioning himself as Lead Coach"? Do us a favour Wayne, take Colleen away to Dubai for a fortnight help take her mind off Vardygate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swaledale View Post
    Worrying that the journo describes it as Rooney "positioning himself as Lead Coach"? Do us a favour Wayne, take Colleen away to Dubai for a fortnight help take her mind off Vardygate!
    Have they started those Moon trips yet??!!

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    Talksport reported on lunchtime sports news that Rooney is now the sole interim manager.
    Do we know the source or is it just based on the info in this thread?

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    Just read Nicko's Derbyshire Live summary of Roo's press conference this afternoon. Mclaren was involved in the conversations that led to Roo getting the interim job. It has been done to "avoid confusion". If it leads to a positive performance and ditto result we can't complain.

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    I bet the none playing, fully FA licenced coach is wondering why the white guy?

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    Ive heard he/Rooney tried to fall on his own sword, but he missed by a few yards and ended up trying to claim a penalty instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acido View Post
    Ive heard he/Rooney tried to fall on his own sword, but he missed by a few yards and ended up trying to claim a penalty instead.
    You are such a wit Acido, see the Tykes have picked up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob_the_Ram View Post
    I bet the none playing, fully FA licenced coach is wondering why the white guy?
    I was just going to pose the same question, I mean there are 3 qualified experienced coaches there, what makes Rooney the guy to be overall lead coach?

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