[EPL-Vòng 9] Everton - ManchesterUnited, Goodison Park, 18h ( GMT+6) thứ 7 ngày 25/10

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buồn về kết quả(lẫn mất tiền huhu)nhưng mà vui vì rooney thể hiện tình yêu quá ân tượng
 

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có gì đâu mà phatt5, chỉ là hôn biểu tượng thôi mà

Luật nào phạt khi R10 thể hiện tình yêu của anh ấy với MU nhỉ?

ai mà dám phạt khi người ta thể hiện tình yêu của mình

hành động này chỉ làm tôi yêu R10 thêm thui, tui bắt đầu thần tượng Rooney rùi :x:x:x

đọc thì biết :|


Rooney storm - United star facing FA probe after kissing his badge incites former fans

Wayne Rooney faces the threat of a Football Association charge for inciting fans of former club Everton by kissing his Manchester United badge during yesterday's stormy 1-1 draw at Goodison Park.

United manager Sir Alex Ferguson admitted he had immediately substituted Rooney because he feared the England striker would be sent off, but that prompt action may not be enough to save the player from disciplinary action.

After enduring an afternoon of abuse from the supporters who once idolised him, Rooney's suspect temperament erupted again in the 69th minute after he was booked by referee Alan Wiley for a foul on Mikel Arteta.

When the Everton fans responded with their loudest barracking yet, Rooney responded by kissing the United badge on his shirt. Wiley immediately ran over to speak to Rooney, but Ferguson had seen enough and replaced him with Nani two minutes later.

Ferguson said: 'I didn't know why he was booked and I had a fear about the way the referee was behaving. I just didn't think the referee was giving our players proper protection, I saw some bad tackles and it is the referee's job to protect players. The crowd were reacting and I thought he might get sent off, so I had to take him off.'

Everton boss David Moyes said: 'I didn't see the incident and it's not my business.' But the FA may well take a different attitude when they see footage of the game.

For United, a disciplinary case for Rooney would add insult to the injury of a result which left the reigning champions five points behind the Premier League's joint leaders, Chelsea and Liverpool - who meet in a crunch match this afternoon at Stamford Bridge - and surprise package Hull, who beat West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns courtesy of three secondhalf goals by Kamil Zayatte, Geovanni and Marlon King. Hull entertain Chelsea on Wednesday night.

The FA will wait to read referee Riley's report and the views of the match assessor before deciding whether the incident was serious enough to merit a charge. Merseyside Police may also express their concern.

When Rooney's United team-mate Gary Neville ran the length of the pitch to celebrate wildly in front of Liverpool fans after Rio Ferdinand's late winner at Old Trafford in January 2006, Greater Manchester Police told the FA they believed his behaviour had contributed to public disorder after the match.

The former England international was charged with improper conduct and fined £5,000.

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P.S. phạt thật thì hay đây :-"
 
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