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  1. Who would be on your Manchester dream team?
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Who would be on your Manchester dream team?

Wayne Rooney burst onto the Old Trafford stage in September 2004 with an unforgettable hat trick against Fenerbah├že. That stunning debut only hinted at what was to follow. Rooney has now netted over 150 times for the Reds, with Bobby Charlton's goals record locked in his sights.

Featuring an exclusive interview from the man himself, Rooney: Goal Machine is the perfect DVD for fans of United's number 10. Relive every goal from his first season at United up to this seasons crushing 8-2 defeat of Arsenal, as well as insights from those who work with him every day, including Ryan Giggs, Rio Ferdinand and Sir Alex Ferguson. With over 150 goals to his name, there are plenty of strikes that can be regarded as the pick of the bunch.

Running Time 100 minutes


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