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Wayne Rooney

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So the little basterd is at it again, coming out and having a pop at our team. He claims that the victory against us made the three points that 'little bit sweeter.' He goes on to say, 'There is a bit of banter between myself and the Everton fans. Sometimes I come out on top, sometimes they do.' More like hatred, Wayne. Wasn't banter when he couldn't stop himself running into the Street End's boards and had to get away as quick as he could after hundreds of blues started running down the stairs. If only Carsley had of caught the bastards ankle.......
John Murphy, Liverpool     Posted 24/12/2007 at 15:39:27

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Oh for gawd's sake...
Ian McDowell
1   Posted 24/12/2007 at 17:45:39

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Agree, there is no banter where rooney is concerned only hatred.
colin malone
2   Posted 24/12/2007 at 18:33:46

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Got no time for the piece of shit, everytime i watch the godfather movie, when micheal goes up to fredo and says you broke my heart fredo, its the part were fredo done he,s own family in. I hope he,s bird fucks him off for jimmy bullard.
Dave Charles
3   Posted 24/12/2007 at 18:41:35

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He’s not worth it. His behaviour last season when the club paid it’s respect to Alan Ball, showed just what type of person he is.

He’s gone, forgotten but not forgiven.
Jeremy Benson
4   Posted 24/12/2007 at 19:12:49

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Who cares?

He hasn’t turned out to be the world class, defence-turning striker that we all believed he woul (glimpses of which were shown to us...but rarely since, and hardly for england). I wouldn’t put him in the top 10 players in the premiership. He might be young, and expensive, but he’s just another premiership player now.
Nick Harthill
5   Posted 24/12/2007 at 19:19:00

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The last full season he played for us we finished 17th. Since he left we’ve finished 4th, 11th, 6th and now this season we’re currently 6th again and doing well in the cups. In summary, we’re far better without him. Forget him.
Trevor Powell
6   Posted 24/12/2007 at 19:26:40

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He’s a no mark now compared to where he could have been. Have you noticed that he never smiles on the pitch like he used to for the Blues and england at Euro 2004. He’s lost that special something because his life is being ruled by a grabbing WAG, photoshoots in Hello to prove that he just a good, family boy when the world really knows he prefers grannies on the game. I see now that even his guru Stretford is about to get the axe from the FA at last!
Sam Depport
7   Posted 24/12/2007 at 19:44:57

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Does anybody know if he even still supports everton?
Brian Waring
8   Posted 24/12/2007 at 19:46:24

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Why is it that every time Rooney does or say’s something,people feel the need to start a thread about it?The lad doesn’t play for us anymore,so we shouldn’t give two fucks about what he has said or done.
Arthur jones
9   Posted 24/12/2007 at 20:35:57

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The £27m we got for him paid for The yak , Mikel , Tim C , Lescott , Tim H , and most of Bainsey’s cost , I know who got the best deal and it wasn’t Manure
10   Posted 24/12/2007 at 20:57:29

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He’d still walk into our team and anyone who thinks otherwise is deluded!
The day he left was the worst day in my Evertonian life since Bally left and I still dont believe he would have left by choice.
On saying that, I hear he was kissing the man u badge at Analfield and THAT I cannot understand or condone.

Still, he’s gone and I am moving on!

Merry xmas blues!
Neil Pearse
11   Posted 24/12/2007 at 21:32:26

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I used to feel that Rooney had gone to ManU to better himself etc. and couldn’t be blamed too strongly. But he has consistently behaved like a graceless twat ever since - slandering the club that made him what he is to day. He is an ungrateful shit and deserves all the abuse that comes his way from Evertonians.

He reminds me in his petty vindictive gracelessness of Benitez - and I really can’t go lower than that. Other players have shown that you can leave a club in acromonious circumstances and yet with dignity (Gary Speed comes to mind). Rooney has not.

Rooney is widely regarded in the game and on the terraces as an immature twat. Because that is what he is. Moyes has instead created a club with a decent band of committed professionals, and not a bunch of showponys, cheats and children like ManUre and Liverpool. Happy Xmas Davey!
Paul Kish
12   Posted 25/12/2007 at 00:03:16

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Oh sweet Baby Cheeses!

Not this again???

Is there going to be some form of Rooney related comment everytime he plays against us over the next decade or so?

Who gives a rat’s?

It’s time to move on people.

I have as much interest in what Rooney says and does as I have in slicing off my sack with a spoon.

He’s gone. Everton are moving in the right direction, end of story.

Declan Burke
13   Posted 25/12/2007 at 00:17:27

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Please don’t mention Rooney and Bally in the same sentence. Alan was an icon, a true legend of our club. Rooney would not have bben fit to tie Bally’s boot laces.
Blue in Briz
14   Posted 25/12/2007 at 01:44:11

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And what’s more a mate of mine who’s missus knows the wife of the brother of his uncles 2nd nephew who drinks in the same pub as his mates dead aunties godfather who works next door to the butcher who once had a holiday in Morecambe and had a one night stand with a defrocked vicars daughter who was on the game because her fella had a drug problem, well he’s Rooneys window cleaner, and he reckons, and get this, that he saw Rooney sitting in a bath, full of lard, with an Everton cap on, singing ’ an if you know.....

It’s a fact.
What a bastard, I hate im, and you know what else...................................
zzzzzzzzzzzzzz ( 211 pages deleted, ed )
and that’s why we don’t like him in our house,
’ eh girl, can you get me pills, I feel a headache coming on...............
Jay Campbell
15   Posted 25/12/2007 at 09:52:42

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He left school without 1 GCSE to his name that say’s it all. Thick, uneducated moron that’s all he is.

Benji Learman
16   Posted 25/12/2007 at 12:56:35

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Honestly though, what did rooney do which was amazing in that game, infact most games tbh, people talk about rooney saying what an amazing player, best in the world kinda thing is what they say about him, hes a fat manc! hes no longer a scouser, for a so called scouser to kiss that badge on that shitty shirt... thats no scouser.... thats a dirty shitty manc!!!!
Kenny Fogarty
17   Posted 25/12/2007 at 13:51:40

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It seems that young mister Rooney is still winding up Evertonians everywhere.

He left us a long, long time ago, and it seems that so many are still so chewed up, and so bitter about it.

How about you all get a life?
Brendan McLaughlin
18   Posted 27/12/2007 at 21:38:42

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Exactly Kenny. I don’t understand why some people insist in living in "Waynes World". He left Everton a long time ago - he’s a Manc now - accept it, forget about him & move on. Lets keep Toffeeweb for EVERTON-related matters.

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