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Footballer Wayne Rooney’s eldest son Kai, 11, joins Manchester United

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Kai is not just seeing his father as his role model but also as a passion for what drives him, he has therefore set himself to be among the players now that he is tender.

Wayne Rooney’s eldest son_Kai, an 11-year-old boy has been officially signed to join the Red Devil’s youth academy.

The highest goalscorer of all time, on Friday, he took to social media and uploaded his pictures. On December 18, he showed Kai up in a shirt with No 10 on the back, the same number his dad wore during a glittering career at Old Trafford.

Former England captain Rooney wrote on Instagram: “Proud day. Kai signing for Man Utd.

“Keep up the hard work son.”

Writing on her Instagram page, Wayne’s wife, Coleen added: “Special night….. congratulations Kai. I love you and I am so proud of you.

“Keep trying your best.”

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Rooney starred for Manchester United for 13 years between 2004 and 2017, becoming club captain in 2014.

According to the team records, Rooney is the best that has been recorded so far in the club. He is the record scorer having scored 253 goals in 559 appearances.

Rooney, now 35, also won 12 major trophies for the Red Devils, including five Premier League titles and the 2008 Champions League

In his 35 years of age, Rooney still wants to explore and keep winning while nurturing his son in the club.

He has set a goal to accomplish, to carve his son’s passion, and build him to stand out as he stood out.

Rooney is a passion pursuer, a man with a vision and strives to accomplish any goal he set. His 11 year Kai will do exploit just as his father and will make football his thing just as his father.


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Matic Forced to Fine himself at Manchester United

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Matic Forced to Fine himself at Manchester United

The Serbian midfielder enforces training ground rules for the Red Devils and admits to running a tight ship that has left “a lot of money” in the pot

Nemanja Matic admits to having been forced to fine himself at Manchester United, but the Serbian midfielder blames Paul Pogba for his training ground misdemeanour and intends to bill the Frenchman for “50 per cent”.

alongside Harry Maguire, in charge of ensuring that rules and regulations are adhered to within the Red Devils’ ranks.

Matic is running a tight ship, leading to “a lot of money” going into the pot, with the 32-year-old revealing that he has had to put a hand into his own pocket after being caught chatting with Pogba.


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Mikel Arteta Claims Aubameyang has past his best

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Mikel Arteta Claims Aubameyang has past his best

The Gunners boss claims to have no complaints with a striker who has hit 11 goals this season and remains an important part of future plans

Mikel Arteta has shrugged off claims that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is “past his best” and “lost his superpower”, with the Arsenal boss adamant that the Gunners’ club captain still has an important role to play at Emirates Stadium.

with a 31-year-old tied to a lucrative contract proving to be less prolific than he has been in recent times.

Aubameyang does, however, have 11 goals to his name across all competitions and retains the full support of his manager, regardless of what others might think.


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Anfield set ablaze by Burnley

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After 68 games, 55 wins, 13 draws and almost four years, fortress Anfield has finally been stormed by Burnley. The Sean Dyche team were the only team to take points off Liverpool at home last season.

Now they added a still greater distinction, Ashley Barnes’s late penalty making them the first team since Crystal Palace in April 2017 to take three points here in thePremier League.

Their first win at Anfield since 1974, like victory at Arsenal last month, is another historic feat for Sean Dyche, but Liverpool’s problems intensified. They have taken three points from a possible 15 and gone 438 minutes without a league goal. Jürgen Klopp’s side have suffered from the January blues before, but this is a particularly acute case.

Jurgen Klopp chose to start Divock Origi and Xherdan Shaqiri ahead of Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah in search of a first goal in five Premier League games.

Origi hit the woodwork in the first half when the Belgium international failed to capitalise on Liverpool FC’s best chance to end Burnley’s resistance.

The defending Premier League champions were unable to find a way past a stubborn Burnley defence.

Klopp turned to Salah and Firmino from the bench and the Brazilian forward squandered a great chance to score his sixth goal of the Premier League campaign.

But Burnley were the team to finally break the deadlock when Ashley Barnes scored from the penalty spot with five minutes left to play after Alisson brought down the English striker.


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