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Submitted by -Mezzo- 701d ago | opinion piece

Why Wayne Rooney Was Manchester United's Key Man Against Swansea

BR - Swansea City are difficult to beat, and if ever Manchester United's Wayne Rooney needed to be at his sharpest, today was the day.

In recent seasons Wayne has been a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde character. But for the next five or six years, he needs to be the linchpin if United are to continue to win trophies. (English Premier League, Manchester United, Swansea City, Wayne Rooney)

PaPa-Slam  +   701d ago
He's been performing really well despite some hiccups earlier in the season.
Thefreeman012  +   701d ago
He has been pretty good. As for the Swansea game, I feel that too many of the players were relying on each other to score

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