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Is Rooney Still A Kid?

Like Sir Ferguson used to say Rooney is still a kid. ''That i dont believe i only think hes a hot tempered player i think he should look at his seniors' maybe Ronaldinho or Henry as they've turned to good boys in the eyes of refs.

I cant even think of Henry doing such a tackle as the one Rooney did against Portugal he even shoved away his clubmate THATS AWFUL well they r out n that serves them right

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Rooney is a potential leader(player) he play with all is mind..! It was once a kid during sir Alex Ferguson now is mature he can handle things as sir Alex taught him..!

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@ Mukina2,

The terms of agreement on the contract of the 2 players are different.

Rooney is british so one should expect his wages to be more than a Portugese Cristiano Ronaldo.

Afterall, Theo Walcott collects more money than Van Persie.

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thank you. REALLY SPOILT imagine rooney collecting more money than C.Ronaldo at MAN U maybe that and the publicity he has in the english press gets into his head

SPOILT BRAT

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Man Child, Rooney is an Overated poo BRAIN. Kapish

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A dreadful calamity indeed!

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Rooney is not a KID but a loose cannon.

If u take this temper away from him then Rooney will become a vegetable.

Cristiano Ronaldo played his cards well and he was spot-on.

Rooney got sent off because he pushed Ronaldo and not because he kicked Carvalho's genitals.

It was kind of harsh because Rooney should have had a free-kick 10 seconds before the incident. 2 Portugese players were all over him and if he had dived like the portugese did all day the ref would have given Rooney a free-kick.

I saw it coming because Rooney was getting frustrated as he was too isolated playing as a lone striker.

Rooney will grow up and his red card wasn't the cause of England's downfall.

I didn't see 'em scoring anyway even if Rooney played 120 mins.

The major culprits of yesterday's loss were Frank Lampard and most especially Steven Gerrard.

Frank Lampard is England's best penalty taker and his miss must have sent fears into his team-mates' spines thus deflating their confidence.

Had Gerrard converted his penalty shoot-out Portugal would have been more pressured to make individual errors.

Gerrard's penalty was the knife-edge decider and missing that penalty kick was a fatal blow to Jamie Carragher's composure.

I hope they learn from this.

Its a pity it had to happen this way because England can never assemble a squad as talented as the present squad.

I feel sorry for the English fans and the FA in general. They tried everything possible to win.

£600 million tax payer's money was lavished on the world cup project and its a shame there was nuthing to show for it.

What a calamity!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Considering all the dough and prayers to get him fit for the world cup, and he takes England out of the world cup with a shove! Sssshamee! (8

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take it easy on the boy, he is still a kid, the portuguese simply took advantage of his moment of madness.

after what happened to the netherlands, england shd've known better. I hope he cleans up his act eventually though

he is no doubt a skillfull and tallented kid, but yes still only a kid

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Rooney is a big kid. he lacks character and am not seein him go far because of that.

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he is only hot-tempered and still growing. all he needs to do is to learn how to control his temper and he is good for the go.

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Rooney was just silly and childish. Ronaldo was his clubmate for crying out loud ! Anyway, it should be expected, England players are as crazy as their fans.

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