Wayne Rooney suggests Farhad Moshiri was behind his Everton departure

Former England international Wayne Rooney has indicated that Everton’s majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri was probably the prime reason behind his departure during the summer transfer window. The 32-year-old enjoyed a decent return to the Toffees during the previous campaign with 11 goals across all competitions but he nevertheless made the…

Wayne Rooney reveals how Manchester United could win the title

Former Manchester United star Wayne Rooney believes the Red Devils can close the gap on champions Manchester City, should they make a couple of more signings before the transfer deadline. United experienced their best-ever season since the Alex Ferguson era last term but they were still 19 points off the…

Wayne Rooney’s Reaction Over Marcus Rashford

During the final preseason match with Bayern Munich, Manchester United made some revelations. The new number 10 is the iconic number for Manchester United jersey in the upcoming season. This iconic jersey was taken to the field by Marcus Rashford in the United’s 1-0 defeat with German champions. Post the…

Altercation As City Lose To Wigan In FA Cup

Manchester City’s hopes of a quadruple have been smashed by Wigan Athletic as they defeated The Cityzens on Monday in the fifth round FA Cup tie. City are still the leaders in the Premier League and are favourites to lift the title in May. They are facing Arsenal this weekend…

Rooney on the Verge of a Move to DC United

Wayne Rooney looks all set to complete a transfer from Everton to MLS outfit DC United. The England striker took a pay cut in order to join his former club, but the switch to DC United is expected to make him one of the highest-paid players in the world. Rooney…


Following a two year driving ban, Everton forward Wayne Rooney has been driven to the training ground of the club. The striker was convicted for drink driving after being found three times the legal limit. The veteran has apologized to the club manager Ronald Koeman so he is clear to…

Wayne Rooney talks about his reasoning behind leaving United

Wayne Rooney´s transfer to Everton was one of the transactions that received most attention during the summer transfer window of 2017. Considering that the English attacker is a high-profile player who is regularly in the spotlight of the media, it does not come as much of a surprise to find out why this move from Manchester United over to Everton is being talked about on such a consistent basis throughout different media outlets. During the 13 year long stay that Rooney enjoyed in Old Trafford, he made over 350 appearances. In the opening seasons that he spent as a Manchester United player, his impact was felt as he scored 11 goals in his debut season. 11 goals might not sound like a lot but in that specific season, he was the top goal-scorer of the club, above everyone else.


Wayne Rooney is facing a tough time as he has to make key important decisions that would affect his family, career path, legendary status and several other people. His huge pay packet is hurting Manchester United considering that he never gets to start games. His boyhood club Everton cannot even come close to Rooney’s £250,000 weekly wages demand. As a player that is not sure to get a first team call-up, even £100,000 would be difficult to cough out. Not many Premier League sides can pay even half of what United pay for Rooney with his current form and contributions to the team. The record scorer for the club would likely not consider staying away from his family or moving them to China or America even if there were offers.


Soccer Pundit Martin Keown opines that Swede striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic could turn a fallen giant next year. The former Barcelona, AC Milan and PSG striker scored a last gasp penalty as Man United forced a draw at Old Trafford against Everton. United have relied solely on the striker for goals this season. While he has netted 27 times already, the club has struggled without him. Keown insists that Ibrahimovic would struggle to deliver the goods next year if the player decides to continue. “It was very predictable. You look at Ibrahimovic, he’s 35 and he looked it tonight [against Everton]. He’s been suspended for the last couple of games and he didn’t pick up to the pace tonight. United have to go out and sign a striker in the summer,” the former Arsenal defender added.

Tony Cottee refuses to criticize Jose Mourinho

Tony Cottee refuses to criticize Jose Mourinho for making a comment on Chelsea’s brand of Football as he reckons it is just gamesmanship shown by the Portuguese coach and if he is able to put any kind of influence on Antonio Conte through his words, it would be a success for him. Mourinho had recently tried to give the impression that he didn’t rate Chelsea that much as a team because of their reluctance to come on the attack. The Red Devils’ boss was very manipulative with his comment though and actually complimented his former side by labelling them good, but, one could easily read between his words and understand that he was actually trying to mock Conte & Co there.