Monday, September 23, 2013

Manchester United 'Not Good Enough' - Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney admits Manchester United were "not good enough" in their 4-1 loss to Manchester City on Sunday.
photo Wayne Rooney admits Manchester United were "not good enough" in their 4-1 loss to Manchester City on Sunday.
United were trashed 4-1 by manchester united, which happens to be their heaviest away defeat in the fixture since 2004.
Wayne Rooney netted a late consolation for United - making him the highest scorer in the derby with 11goals. The striker was the only player excluded  from David Moyes blames.

Rooney told MUTV: "It is not good enough. We know we have to improve and stop giving these sloppy goals away".
"It is not nice to lose to City. It was a bad result and we are all extremely disappointed. It is nice to score but it means nothing.
"The most important thing today was the points and we have come away with none."
Next on the list for Man United are their old rivals Liverpool in the Capital One Cup Wednesday night.
Rooney said: "We have all grown up, whether it is Manchester, Liverpool or somewhere else having local derbies.
"It is not nice when you lose one. I have been there as a fan and now as a player. Thankfully we have another massive game against Liverpool.
"It is the ideal game for us. Any game against Liverpool, whether it is a friendly, Capital One Cup or Premier League, is massive.
"We have to try and get the victory so we can put this defeat to the back of our minds."
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