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Rooney to leave United


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If he doesn't agree a new contract he will leave for free in the summer and the demise of United will begin. They will end up the same way as Liverpool soon with all the debt.

 

It is time the Premiership and the FA wake up and sort the professional game out as it is quickly turning into a complete farce, lets hope fans turn to go watching their local team, which I may add is much better entertainment and proper football with players playing to win not to cheat and dive.

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United have had the debt for years.... Liverpool get it for a few years and it nearly puts them out of business.....

 

whatever happens, Utd will bounce back and will continue to win the titles that still elude Liverpool!!

 

Your just making it up as you go along :wink:

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United have had the debt for years.... Liverpool get it for a few years and it nearly puts them out of business.....

 

whatever happens, Utd will bounce back and will continue to win the titles that still elude Liverpool!!

 

Your just making it up as you go along :wink:

 

Maybe so, but both City and Utd have won the 2nd division championship..... Liverpool will have to wait until next year to do that!!

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Believe City have offered him ?250,000 per week - guess he'll survive the period of austerity?! :roll:

 

That is just obscene... why on earth should a bloke who's only skill in life is to kick a football be paid ?1/4 million a week :evil:

 

How much does a top NHS surgeon get these days ie those that do complex heart/brain surgery etc etc ?

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Small fry compared to what others get paid.

 

Tiger Woods

$110 million

 

Kobe Bryant

$45 million

 

Michael Jordan

$45 million

 

Kimi Raikkonen

$45 million

 

David Beckham

$42 million

 

LeBron James

$40 million

 

Phil Mickelson

$40 million

 

Manny Pacquiao

$40 million

 

Valentino Rossi

$35 million

 

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

$34 million

 

Roger Federer

$33 million

 

Shaquille O?Neal

$33 million

 

Oscar De La Hoya

$32 million

 

Lewis Hamilton

$32 million

 

Alex Rodriguez

$32 million

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