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Rooney says still has talent to compete in Premier League

Rooney says still has talent to compete in Premier League

5/2/2019 11:13:00 PM

Rooney says still has talent to compete in Premier League

Former England captain Wayne Rooney , who helped revitalise one of Major League Soccer's original superpowers when he joined D.C. United last year, ...

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