World News – AU – Rooney chats to old Man Utd bosses Ferguson and Moyes while watching the derby job


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The interim derby manager, still waiting to be given the full-time job, spoke to Fergie and another former manager, David Moyes.

Rooney, 35, will not know if he can stay in the role until the Abu Dhabi club takeover is finalized.

It should have gone through this week – but it still hadn’t happened Thursday, and Rooney was in charge of the trip to Millwall on Saturday.

And he’s already had advice from his former Manchester United boss Sir Alex and another former Old Trafford manager in Moyes who was also in charge when Rooney showed up at Everton as a teenager.

« It wasn’t about how the team plays or how they line up. It was just a general chat, but if you have the opportunity to talk to Sir Alex Ferguson about things, it would be a bit naive not to.

Rooney also praised former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo after the Juventus star turned 750. Goal in the Champions League win against Dynamo Kiev.

Rooney, who played with Ronaldo at Manchester United, said: « I want to congratulate you because it’s an incredible achievement.

« He deserves it. He and (Lionel) Messi were the two standout players, possibly in the history of the game. It’s incredible to score so many goals.

« I’ve seen firsthand what work he does and how hard he works to achieve these goals. « . It is really incredible. ”

He’s bringing Derby to Millwall on Saturday to play in front of fans for the first time since March.

Although only 2. 000 are admitted, Rooney still expects a « stick » from the crowd in South London.

And he says it is likely that he can hear every word directed at him.

He said, « I’m looking forward to it. It’s great that fans are allowed back in and I’m sure there will be a bit of a joke.

“I was really looking forward to going to Millwall in front of a crowd last season. But then Covid happened and it will be nice to get fans during that time.

« Fans are a huge part of this game and very important. The faster we can get them back on the site, the better for the game itself.

« It’s a challenge to go to Millwall. These fans will be excited and want to take their players with them. « .

« Hopefully teams like us can win fans soon – but I’m just happy that some are watching games after such a long time. « .

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