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FA Community Shield : RVP’s Brace Helps Moyes Net First Silverware In 2-0 Win Over Wigan.

LONDON – That didn’t take long. Thanks for a brace from Robin van Persie, new Manchester United boss David Moyes secured his first trophy in a 2-0 FA Community Shield win over Wigan. Moyes, who would replace fellow Scotsman, Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford after leaving Merseyside club, Everton, looks to be off to a good start in following in the footsteps of the living soccer legend. Coupled with the
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UEFA Transfer Rumors : Wayne Rooney Set For Move To Chelsea

Its official, Wayne Rooney wants to be dressed in blue once again. Nine years after leaving the blue of Everton for the red in Manchester United, Rooney now finds himself craving a Chelsea hue of blue. What started as early summer rumors has now become a lot more serious with Rooney publicly expressing his wish to switch clubs and even submitting a written transfer request. According to ESPNFC.com, The 27-year-old
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Wayne Rooney: Could He Trigger A Bidding War Between Arsenal and Chelsea?

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