Wayne Rooney – My View
먹튀사이트 Rooney is quite obviously a talented footballer . Precocious Youth springs to mind ~ Wayne Rooney certainly is that.
There is not much more to say really as he’s only been around for 2 seasons as I write. The rest is my annoyance at Everton really.
Season 1 :: Wayne Rooney was wrapped up in cotton wool perfectly, ie covered up and expertly brought through by Everton Manager David Moyes straight from the Everton youth side. No mean feat, but the boy is class and had no problems with physical strength, far from it. Anyway he scored against Arsenal and the Everton players were bouyed just by Rooney’s presence and played their nuts off that season.
Season 2 :: Wayne Rooney was wrapped up in cotton wool again but also valued later on in the season by Everton Manager David Moyes as worth around 50 million quid. Moyes said “only Chelsea can afford him”.
If Everton have a team of players good enough to keep 50 (FIFTY) million pounds worth of talent on the bench then fine. I don’t think Everton have a team good enough to keep 5 million pounds worth of player on the bench to be honest. This was proven by the fact they just about avoided the drop.
What the hell Everton are doing covering up a player for a second season of the standard of a Wayne Rooney i’ll never know. Once brought through from the Everton youth team successfully to the first team in his first year, the boy Rooney should have been played as first choice striker the next season and be allowed to move on with his career at full tilt. Simple as that.
Now Everton are trying to get a player they’ve hardly played on the pitch to sign a club record breaking contract and dare to quote “loyalty to the club” to the boy Rooney.
♠ Everton are’nt offering Wayne Rooney big money out of loyalty for crying out loud. Everton are offering those kind of wages for purely monetary reasons and that’s that ~ no question ♠
By rights Moyes should have played the boy second season and he’d probably be worth 70 – 100 million quid with 25 goals under his belt. If Everton had offered Wayne Rooney a 5 year deal on wages befitting a 50 million pound valuation half way through last season, the boy would have indeed signed. Waiting for the England manager to play the boy has brought them no end of trouble and probably cost Everton 20 – 50 million pounds.
I have hindsight as my eye, Moyes is paid to work out this kind of stuff for the good of Everton and the good of Wayne Rooney beforehand.
Ladbrokes Putney Bridge Branch is The Luckiest Betting Shop In Britain For Punters
The Richmond And Twickenham Times report that the Luckiest Betting Shop In Britain is the one just this side of the Putney Bridge
Ladbrokes have reported that its Putney Bridge Road branch is paying out 5 per cent more to gleeful gamblers than its 2,000 other shops.
It has even brought in Feng Shui expert and Buddhist Paul Darby to boost customers luck even more. Yeah Right.
He identified a few areas that need attention, explaining: “It’s upside down”. The offices are in the cellar, not above or on the shop floor. It’s like taking a rich man and turning him upside down so money drops out of his pockets.
“The river flowing nearby should be lucky, but it is blocked by a police station and is not getting the luck from it.”
Gamblog Comment :: I have been in that bookies and never got any luck atall. I must be a bloody Jinx to myself. Call me the Bok Master from now on please. I wish you all better luck than I. Maybe I should put my computer downstairs or something – might get me some luck?
Wayne Rooney – My View