TEAMS DON'T FEAR US ANYMORE - ROONEY

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Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has said teams are no longer scared of playing United at Old Trafford. The theatre of dreams used to be a fortress during the reign of Sir Alex Ferguson but United have lost at home 6 times this season. He said this after United lost the Manchester derby to City 3-0 on Tuesday night.

A brace from Edin Dzeko and a Yaya Toure finish was enough to get Manchester City the 3 points at Old trafford. Rooney who's the highest paid player and earns £300,000/week said the team have to rally around the new manager and return United back to the glory days. "We haven't been good enough as a team and that's just sad", he said. Can David Moyes and Rooney lead Manchester United back to the glory days? 

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