Rooney HUMILIATES Liverpool

Wayne Rooney, Manchester United’s former player and legend who currently plays for the Premier League side, Everton, has trashed Liverpool FC in an interview with the British TV channel, Sky Sports.

Wayne Rooney is an Everton FC homegrown player who made his debut with his Liverpool club, Everton FC, back in 2002 before he shines and secures a move to the Old Trafford under Manchester United’s legendary manager, Sir Alex, Ferguson, back in 2004 to make history at the Old Trafford with Manchester United and becomes one of all times greatest legends.

Wayne Rooney was asked in an interview with Sky Sports to compare Liverpool FC’s current trio, Mohamed Salah, Saido Mane, and Roberto Firminho with Manchester United’s deadly trio which included Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Carlos Teves.

Wayne Rooney didn’t miss this opportunity to show to Manchester United fans and Everton fans that Liverpool FC is a club that “he doesn’t really like”.

Wayne Rooney answered:” The difference between the front trio is winning medals.” which he is pointing at Liverpool FC not winning a major trophy since a long time, especially and Premier League since over two decades.

Moreover, Wayne Rooney was asked about playing in Anfield stadium, Liverpool’s FC current stadium and Wayne Rooney didn’t hesitate to reply and say that he never enjoyed playing at Anfield stadium.

Wayne Rooney has left Manchester United in the summer of 2017, last summer, to the Premier League Liverpool club, Everton FC, in a deal that is believed to be a swap deal with Everton where the Belgian international striker, Romelu Lukaku, came to Manchester United in that deal.

However, Wayne Rooney still feels the same thing toward Liverpool FC due to it’s rivalry with Everton FC as the biggest two Liverpool clubs at the moment, and also the historical long rivery with Manchester United where Liverpool FC is Manchester United’s fans, main all opponent where the match between the two clubs is believed to have a similar number of viewers to El Classico.


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