"The Chosen One" only wants Rooney if he learns proper English, mate!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

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They don't want the ball anymore, just the money, ask Rooney!

Jose Mourinho "The Chosen One" has shown interest in unsettled, once upon a time Superstar, Wayne Rooney.

His club Real Madrid will do anything what Mourinho requests and have no problems offering Wayne a job at Real Madrid.

There are though several slight complications which Jose has demanded Wayne solve before he's willing too make a bid for the "Horny" striker, here they are:

1) First and foremost Jose demands that Wayne learns to speak proper English, por favor?

This could be a problem for Scouser Wayne as nobody from Liverpool has ever commanded the English language, also Wayne has a rather "pea brain" when it comes to making himself understood (apart from his salary demands!).

2) Wayne must learn Spanish!

Well that's a Dodo from the beginning, he'll need at least 2 years to learn English proper mate, like.

3) Wayne must learn to play alongside Real Diva, Ronaldo, once more, not sulk and show at least a slightly more positive attitude?

Another Dodo especially after his dismal performances in South Africa and for Utd this season (has he played at all?) (yes with some classy whores!)?

After summing up the proposition "Rooney", "The Chosen One" has decided to let him go to that other bunch of money-bag Morons across the city, City!

"He who laughs last laughs longest Fergy!" (especially when you're on £200G a week wages, fat middle finger!)

Once a Scouser always a Scouser!

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