Oh no worries my friend!
Oh man that's awesome, I'm really glad you enjoy reading them as much as I do writing them. I've recently been accepted for the writers academy at givemefootball.com so won't have as much time to be blogging but if you enjoy reading my work be sure to head over there every so often :)
Well I'd say they have a mutual respect for each other but it's not admiration. I think that Rooney will soon make a U turn over his recent remarks and I honestly can't see him being anywhere else but Old Trafford next season. The new baby might change his thoughts and if he is comfortable with life in England I can't see him moving. I think the meeting between Moyes and himself will convey a lot about his future at Manchester United.
Well,you finally did............
When was the last time you commented?
Anytime my friend and it's no problem! Great news, good articles aren't they! :) He left due to bleacher report wanting him to adapt his writing style. Terry then refused to and thought that he'd take his work elsewhere and is now at thefootball gene as you know. He tweeted a while back this
The copy editors don't know about football. The Evaluation process said my writing wasn't good enough, so I quit. Sorry.
So that pretty much sums up why he left. However new blood is coming through bleacher and their are some good writers about. Like Sir Alex, none will replace Terry in the same way.
Yeah for sure you can! If you'd like to hear my views on David Moyes and the new era then click on my link to my blog :)
Sir Alex himself I think that it was the right time to go in a sense. The club is in it's most healthy state. The man has been considering retirement for 10 years now and he's always wanted to leave on a high. He's done anything he needs to achieve and with his health not in the best state I assume that he just though it's time to pass on the baton.
As for Rooney, I can see his viewpoint by why he'd be frustrated about a lack of first team starts, but he simply hasn't been as effective this season and the emergence of RVP has shown that. However the way he's gone about it is similar to that of a 2 year old child and it's not the first time this has happened. Rooney has been very disrespectful to the club and no one is bigger than Manchester United. The club could move on without him and unless David Moyes has got plans for him I think that both club and player will be separated. Saying that I think that Moyes will try to hold on to him. What I don't get is the way he was like I want to stay offer me a contract and now he's wanting to leave. He's being childish about the situation. Either way Rooney or no Rooney, United will be able to move on without him
XD serious? It actually used to be only me until Chris ruined it :P Then in his eyes he "won" simply because I was afk for 3 weeks.
1. I dont think it was the best choice, but I accept it
2. He is, and he got left out the squad.
3. He's inexperienced to make such a jump.
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And lol, you can if you like :)
1. He needs the support. Its time to band together, not be sour about the retirement. He's been chosen for a reason, we have to respect that and accept it. Whether we want to or not.
2. If he wants to go, then fine by me. Nobody is bigger than the club. He needs to realize this. And DM's are a dying breed, its more about Box-to-Box midfielders.
3. NO :P
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Ahh did he know haha! Yeah for sure, Terry left bleacher and has found a new home on:
and if you want to catch him on twitter follow him at @terrypcarroll
He's wrote a wonderful article on David Moyes if and Wayne Rooney so take a look! :)
Its Daanish* btw, XD that's why I shortened my name to Dan so people didnt get the name wrong.
Its all good my friend :)
1. Moyes: I'm a little worried if I'm honest. But right now none of us can afford to be sad about it. We need to have faith and band together.
2. Wazza wont go anywhere
3. I can see Phelan moving on since David Gill and Fergie have left.