Saturday, October 29, 2011


Petikan dari laman MU

Sir Alex is backing Wayne Rooney to handle the hostile atmosphere at Goodison Park on Saturday.

The United striker has been jeered on every return to his former club following his big-money move to Old Trafford and it will be no different this weekend. After starting on the bench for the previous trip to his native Merseyside earlier in the month, Rooney will be hoping to start this time around and the boss is expecting the England international to deliver the goods. "Wayne's had mixed success going to Everton," explained the manager. "He's scored a couple of goals there. "He gets booed as normal. He got booked in one game and I took him off because he'd been yellow-carded and there was no way I was going to give the referee an opportunity to send him off. "That's where the hype around the ground in terms of him getting booed every time he makes a challenge comes into it. He's had mixed fortunes there but he's scored a couple of goals and done well in some of the games and hopefully that'll be the case tomorrow." More: Young doubtful for trip | Park seeks Goodison cure

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