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FURIOUS David Moyes is taking legal action against Manchester United and England star Wayne Rooney's scathing criticism and accusations in his book.

 

Everton chief Moyes's lawyers, London-based Max Bitel Greene, have been in official contact with a newspaper after Rooney's remarks in his autobiography 'My Life So Far' were serialised.

 

Rooney claimed that his relationship with Moyes had forced him out of Goodison two years ago - and into joining any club. He also accused the manager of being jealous of the attention he was receiving.

 

The former Everton ace also alleged there had been a row over confidential information that he accused the boss of leaking to the local press.

 

Moyes has said nothing about the row but legal letters have landed on desks, seeking an apology and correction of Rooney's comments.

 

But the Everton manager does not want fans of the club to think he was behind Rooney's departure - one of the most controversial moves in English football history.

 

Moyes is taking the action on his own but I understand that there has been no legal letter to the book publishers - so far.

 

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No matter what Moyes thinks we know that he wasnt the fault of his departure.

 

God damn Ronney i F*cking hate his guts, Cant Wait for him to come to Goodison Park.

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FURIOUS David Moyes is taking legal action against Manchester United and England star Wayne Rooney's scathing criticism and accusations in his book.

 

Everton chief Moyes's lawyers, London-based Max Bitel Greene, have been in official contact with a newspaper after Rooney's remarks in his autobiography 'My Life So Far' were serialised.

 

Rooney claimed that his relationship with Moyes had forced him out of Goodison two years ago - and into joining any club. He also accused the manager of being jealous of the attention he was receiving.

 

The former Everton ace also alleged there had been a row over confidential information that he accused the boss of leaking to the local press.

 

Moyes has said nothing about the row but legal letters have landed on desks, seeking an apology and correction of Rooney's comments.

 

But the Everton manager does not want fans of the club to think he was behind Rooney's departure - one of the most controversial moves in English football history.

 

Moyes is taking the action on his own but I understand that there has been no legal letter to the book publishers - so far.

 

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No matter what Moyes thinks we know that he wasnt the fault of his departure.

 

God damn Ronney i F*cking hate his guts, Cant Wait for him to come to Goodison Park.

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:huh: one word tw^t ;)

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Cloud said.........God damn Ronney i F*cking hate his guts.

 

...............

 

Who's Ronney. ??  :D

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lol.... :lol: Rooney :P

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Pat    2

Plyed it Coy, Played it clever....Now Apologise or face the wrath of shootings one mouth of "Young Mr Big Boots".

 

A life lesson learned one hopes..For sumone...Nice Work Ginga.

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I think wishing him dead is going a bit far, I mean all he has done is to move to another club and then slag us off. It's not like he has abused our kids or killed a relative.

 

However a nice career threatening injury might hit him where it hurts, so to speak.

 

ATB

 

Mac

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I think wishing him dead is going a bit far, I mean all he has done is to move to another club and then slag us off. It's not like he has abused our kids or killed a relative.

 

However a nice career threatening injury might hit him where it hurts, so to speak.

 

ATB

 

Mac

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:D thats very sweet that mac ;):lol:

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I think wishing him dead is going a bit far, I mean all he has done is to move to another club and then slag us off. It's not like he has abused our kids or killed a relative.

 

However a nice career threatening injury might hit him where it hurts, so to speak.

 

ATB

 

Mac

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point taken i change my statement from hoping he dies to his carear dieing

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It wont be us that win the millions, but Moyes personally

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there wont be millions involved, more likely a retraction and costs. maybe some compensation, bot not a lot.

 

a professional in moyes' position has to defend his reputation in circumstances like these.

 

this whole case tells us more about rooneys lack of intellect and poor character than anything else.

 

but then, who didnt know that anyway?

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there wont be millions involved, more likely a retraction and costs. maybe some compensation, bot not a lot.

 

a professional in moyes' position has to defend his reputation in circumstances like these.

 

this whole case tells us more about rooneys lack of intellect and poor character than anything else.

 

but then, who didnt know that anyway?

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:D i will say it again tw*t ;)

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I'll throw this in... I've a feeling that Rooney is telling the truth... ... ... from his point of view. He's had money grubbers left right and centre, whispering in his ear. He probably never wanted to leave Everton in the first place, but people around him saw a good way to make a bit of cash and convinced him that DM wanted him out. I blame the agents. Howver now, it's true that Shrek's got his head so far up his @$$ that he's beyond redemption.

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I'll throw this in... I've a feeling that Rooney is telling the truth... ... ... from his point of view.  He's had money grubbers left right and centre, whispering in his ear.  He probably never wanted to leave Everton in the first place, but people around him saw a good way to make a bit of cash and convinced him that DM wanted him out.  I blame the agents.  Howver now, it's true that Shrek's got his head so far up his @$$ that he's beyond redemption.

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thats a decent point but it was down to rooney what he did in the end, if he really loved us he wouldn't of left.

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I can completely understand Moyes taking action...however I can not believe that it actually bothers him, and that he has actually taken the time to read the scribble's of a fool.

 

You only have to look at Rooney to understand he is both uneducated and a retard.

 

:)

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I can completely understand Moyes taking action...however I can not believe that it actually bothers him, and that he has actually taken the time to read the scribble's of a fool.

 

You only have to look at Rooney to understand he is both uneducated and a retard.

 

:)

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:lol: i dont think hes that bright is he :lol::lol: tw^t

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there wont be millions involved, more likely a retraction and costs. maybe some compensation, bot not a lot.

 

a professional in moyes' position has to defend his reputation in circumstances like these.

 

this whole case tells us more about rooneys lack of intellect and poor character than anything else.

 

but then, who didnt know that anyway?

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Refer to Rio Ferdinands Crappy Prank show,

 

Vet: "would you like to sponser a puppy its £10 A MONTH!"

UGLY TW@ FACE: "errrr i'll need to my agent!"

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Good for Moyes - Not letting the little sh1t getting away with trying to get him to carry the can for him leaving Goodison. When all Moyes did was try and look after the kid.

 

My guess is Rooney left Everton because of money and to play for a more competative club, after heavy influence from his advisors.

 

But to say Moyes forced him out is a shit trick to try and make yourself better at the expence of somebody else.

 

Grow up Rooney - You made your choice, now at least have the decency to stand by it.

 

You are considered and arseh0le by all Everton fans, don't make yourself look even worst by trying to pin the blame on our manager. You let us Bluse down big time, so whats your game putting the boot in.

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Im glad Moyes is suing him, and is also considering suing the paper who serialised his book with the title ' Moyes forced me out ' . Nice one Moyesy.

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:lol: think rooney is getting a bit above himself and needs knocking down a peg or two ;) hope moysie makes this runt squirm all over the tabloids :D

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bring him on.

 

i personally think we need duncan ferguson to teach him a lesson. the person he 'idolised' as a child kicking the shit out of him would be the punishment he deserves

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Mac    0

Got to agree with Binns here, in football, managers live and die by thier reputation. Rooney has seriously besmirched Moyes reputation.

 

A big apology is required here.

 

ATB

 

Mac

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FURIOUS David Moyes is taking legal action against Manchester United and England star Wayne Rooney's scathing criticism and accusations in his book.

 

Everton chief Moyes's lawyers, London-based Max Bitel Greene, have been in official contact with a newspaper after Rooney's remarks in his autobiography 'My Life So Far' were serialised.

 

Rooney claimed that his relationship with Moyes had forced him out of Goodison two years ago - and into joining any club. He also accused the manager of being jealous of the attention he was receiving.

 

The former Everton ace also alleged there had been a row over confidential information that he accused the boss of leaking to the local press.

 

Moyes has said nothing about the row but legal letters have landed on desks, seeking an apology and correction of Rooney's comments.

 

But the Everton manager does not want fans of the club to think he was behind Rooney's departure - one of the most controversial moves in English football history.

 

Moyes is taking the action on his own but I understand that there has been no legal letter to the book publishers - so far.

 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

No matter what Moyes thinks we know that he wasnt the fault of his departure.

 

God damn Ronney i F*cking hate his guts, Cant Wait for him to come to Goodison Park.

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I agree with Moyesy

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the guy who actually writen the book for Rooney was talkin on the radio before saying that when Rooney was tellin him about Moyes he kept insisting that Moyes was doin what was best for him. make ya fookin mind up fellas!

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Mac    0

Whoever is at fault, publisher, ghost writer or Rooney, there needs to be an element of truth from the injured party.

 

If Moyes did force Rooney, out admit it......

 

Rooney, if you f*cked up and were blinded by older, smarter people, admit it....

 

Daily Mail, go f*ck yourself..............

 

In my humble opinion, someone has chosen to pick on a young manager who thought he was doing the best by his young starlet, and he got bitten. This is going to be settled out of court, for the simple reason everyone is shifting the blame and lawyers are the only ones who will come out of this with any profit.

 

ATB

 

Mac

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Whoever is at fault, publisher, ghost writer or Rooney, there needs to be an element of truth from the injured party.

 

If Moyes did force Rooney, out admit it......

 

Rooney, if you f*cked up and were blinded by older, smarter people, admit it....

 

Daily Mail, go f*ck yourself..............

 

In my humble opinion, someone has chosen to pick on a young manager who thought he was doing the best by his young starlet, and he got bitten. This is going to be settled out of court, for the simple reason everyone is shifting the blame and lawyers are the only ones who will come out of this with any profit.

 

ATB

 

Mac

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Hold on Your Humble? :huh: My Toffeetalk world has gone upside down! :o:unsure:

 

Agree thought Daily Mail DIE! And take the Telegraph With you! And WHY DO WE HAVE TO WAIT TILL APRIL TO LET UGLY JUG EARED TW@ i mean UGLY FAT HEAD TW@ Know how we feel

 

which is

 

 

Rather Disturbed! ^_^

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Mac    0

I am humble, in fact as humble as Uriah Heep, if it pleases you sir.

 

What I meant to type was honest, too much Vino Rosso, sorry.

 

ATB Humbly

 

Mac

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Heh... I read that Shrek is after more $$$... going to be the highest paid at ManUre... Probably needs to pay more for his treatment for mental trauma of Moyes kicking him out of the club he so loved.

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Think Stretfords pushing that cant see Rooney staying there next season to be honest Ive heard Glaizer and Stretford dont get on. But hopefully if hes sold now for a big fee then we will recieve quite a big sell on fee

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