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Thread: Rooney v Charlton

  1. #11

    Re: Rooney v Charlton

    No contest Charlton was (and still is) the perfect gentleman and a very fine footballer to boot who very seldom had an off day on the pitch whereas Rooney's off days far outweigh the ones when he puts in a decent shift

  2. #12

    Re: Rooney v Charlton

    Bobby Charlton without a doubt the better of the two. My Dad's favorite player because he had class and played in every minute of every game for the most part. I was never a man u fan ,but i resected Bobby highly.

  3. #13

    Re: Rooney v Charlton

    So Wazza is now the record scorer for England with 50 goals.
    Shouldn't a statue of him be erected outside Wembley stadium plus
    a knighthood given from the Queen to give him the official title Sir Wayne Rooney?

  4. #14

    Re: Rooney v Charlton

    Quote Originally Posted by Hams
    So Wazza is now the record scorer for England with 50 goals.
    Shouldn't a statue of him be erected outside Wembley stadium plus
    a knighthood given from the Queen to give him the official title Sir Wayne Rooney?
    I'd vote for that...just as soon as he wins us the next Euros and WC, being top scorer in both tournaments, and scoring a hat trick against Germany in the Euros final, and, um, Germany in the WC final.
    He's magic you kno-oow, Mauricio Poch-ett-ino!

  5. #15

    Re: Rooney v Charlton

    There is a documentary on BBC1 tonight about Wayne Rooney which might be worth a watch as there is no football to view.

  6. #16

    Re: Rooney v Charlton

    Quote Originally Posted by Steely Hill
    Quote Originally Posted by Hams
    There is a documentary on BBC1 tonight about Wayne Rooney which might be worth a watch as there is no football to view.


    i think i'd rather watch a blank screen.


    I'll let you know if Wazza managed to give us his views on the EU referendum or if we should start bombing ISIS in Syria.

  7. #17

    Re: Rooney v Charlton

    Rooney was voted as England's best player of 2015 by fans of the national team.
    He also won the award back in 2014.

    Does this sum up the current state of English football or did he not really have any competition?

  8. #18

    Re: Rooney v Charlton

    Speaks volumes about the quality of the England squad.

  9. #19
    Congrats to Wayne Rooney for becoming Man Utd's all time top scorer on 250 goals.

    I know he has his critics on this forum but i think its a great achievement in this modern era.

  10. #20
    A great achievement indeed. So many memorable goals but this still has to be my favourite...


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