Rooney on Capello and World Cup 2010

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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football...sfabio-capello-cheering-italy-2010-world-cup/
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    Pexbo has never watched Star Wars

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    Terry tried to come out of retirement for the World Cup didn't he?
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    Terry always has his full kit on underneath his clothes just in case
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    17 Van der Gouw biffa bin

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    Rooney looked dire in his last few international tournaments, an absolute passenger in 2010 and 2012 - made worse by the "Nice to hear your own fans boo ya" jibe at the cameras after drawing 0-0 with Algeria.

    Capello tried to coax Scholes out of retirement for WC 2010, he later regretted not going.
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    SuperiorXI Full Member

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    Why is he always talking in the papers? Needs to shut his mouth and get on with his season.
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    Lay Correctly predicted Portugal to win Euro 2016

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    In an interview with talkSPORT, Rooney also hit out at former England manager Fabio Capello revealing he and his coaching staff were cheering for Italy during the 2010 World Cup.

    Is that really a bad thing? They're not going to stop supporting their country
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    groovyalbert Full Member

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    Wouldn't put it past him to try it again next summer too!
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    duffer Sensible and not a complete jerk like most oppo's Scout

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    Nope.
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    "Wayne Rooney hits out at former England manager using tried and tested method of xenophobia in order to deflect from drink driving and adultery scandals."
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    This.

    Must have been a PR rep written statement too he's just read off the back of his hand. Too coherent for eeerrr Rooney to eeerrr say.
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    He didn't have much to cheer about then. Italy were even worse than England in that World Cup.
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    KM I’m afraid I just blue myself Staff

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    This TalkSport interview was done before this latest scandal.
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    Manny Grammar Police

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    Obviously, Capello didn't let him get sh!tfaced on international duty.
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    Tom Van Persie No relation

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    This interview was done before that.
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    Rooney loves throwing everyone else under the bus.

    Did the same just a few weeks after LVG was fired.

    Its a testament to the man's character.
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    RedDevilCanuck Quite dreamy - blue eyes, blond hair, tanned skin

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    Shit world cup saved by Forlan.

    Messi, Ronaldo, Drogba, and Rooney all disappointed.

    England terrible and capello worse. He picked and started Heskey. Crouch or Bent or Defoe should have started with Rooney even though Rooney was rushed back and clearly wasn't fit.

    Worst world cup I've witnessed.
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    Hullyback New Member

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    I suspect any interview Rooney does is pre-prepared and worked out by clever PR reps, apart from the times he goes acoustic and accapella with his thoughts and we've all seen what happens there. It's like taking your Nan to a wedding party, that one time you turn your back to go for a wee she ends up naked, dancing on a table and doing the Hitler salute.

    Or is that just my Nan?
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    That's the second World Cup in my lifetime I took no interest in, I was in Australia that summer and didn't know much about it given where we were and the lack of technology at the time. I wasn't at all surprised when I came back home and found out though.

    The other world cup I didn't take any notice of was 94, cos I was at Butlins in Bognor :D now that's something I'd recommend to anyone trying to avoid a world cup. It might help if you're 16 and end up spending the week with a big breasted blonde Essex girl but if that's out the question you can't beat the mini train to Brighton with a bag of Butlins bitter and some 20/20