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A Cheeky Little Wayne Rooney Article

The FA confirmed today that Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney will miss the next two domestic games, which includes the FA Cup semi-final against Manchester City.

Evidence



Consequence

The official FA statement reads...

A Regulatory Commission has suspended Manchester United's Wayne Rooney for two matches.

Rooney had admitted a charge for the use of offensive, insulting and / or abusive language, but claimed that the automatic penalty of two games was clearly excessive.

The Commission did not accept the claim and Rooney will begin the standard two match suspension with immediate effect.

The charge relates to an incident during his side's fixture with West Ham United at the Boleyn Ground on Saturday 2 April 2011.


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Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday April 7 2011
Time: 6:48PM

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I keep hearing rumours they will sell him at the end of the season. Please god/Allah/Flying Spaghetti Monster don't let it be us if so, I couldn't stomach it. I've heard a lot of reports that he was very close to joining us in January but the threats on his family by Stretford's "MIB" and other factors caused him to reconsider. For that I say thank you to United's hooligan sect if true.
StuMCFC
07/04/2011 19:09:00
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I don't want Shrek anywhere near City. Blimey, I shudder the thought.
Tudor
07/04/2011 19:14:00
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He won't be coming to Eastlands. He'll go to Madrid or Barcelona who will pay over market value and the rags will make some comment about having money to spend, when it will just go to the debt.
PhillyBlueMoon
07/04/2011 19:37:00
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He's hitting form so I'm glad he's banned. What makes it even better is the fact that its a harsh ban so Sir Bacon of Face may lose a nights sleep t'boot. If he was our player I'm sure a few of us would have questioned his actions but they are s.h.i.t scared of upsetting him in case he throws his toys out of the pram again. Is there a bigger k.n.o.b in football?
RobsonGreensleeves
07/04/2011 20:48:00
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