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Wayne Rooney hammers MLS after x-rated ‘f**k’ rant at officials


Wayne Rooney’s appears to be growing frustrated with life in the MLS judging by his latest Twitter outburst.

D.C. are in a dismal run of form, having won just two of their previous nine matches.

Rooney was involved in a furious altercation with the fourth official during D.C. United’s 1-0 defeat to the Whitecaps.

The former Manchester United star appeared to swear at Pierre-Luc Lauziere as he was replaced by Ola Kamara on 74 minutes.

He repeatedly shouted “Every f***ing game” before eventually heading to the bench.

And the 33-year-old later lashed out at Major League Soccer‘s travel arrangements on social media.

“Gutted about result last night,” he tweeted. “We deserved more.

“Looking forward to a 12 hour travel day which could be done in 6 but hey this is mls.

“We will get ready for red bulls Wednesday. #Charterflights #msl”

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DC United midfielder and former England captain Wayne Rooney (R) and Derby County’s Dutch manager Phillip Cocu shake hands during a press conference at Pride Park Stadium in Derby on August 6, 2019 after Rooney agreed a deal to become a player-coach. – Former England captain Wayne Rooney is to leave Washington-based DC United after agreeing a deal to become player-coach of English Championship side Derby County. The 33-year-old — the record goalscorer for both his country and Manchester United — signed an 18-month contract with the second-tier side, who under Rooney’s former England teammate Frank Lampard reached the play-off final last season. (Photo by DARREN STAPLES / AFP) (Photo credit should read DARREN STAPLES/AFP/Getty Images)

Losing to New York Red Bulls on Wednesday could see Rooney and co. drop out of the play-off spots.

He is the latest high-profile player to criticise MLS, following Zlatan Ibrahimovic‘s recent outbursts.

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The LA Galaxy striker slammed the league’s playoff system, which followed a claim that he was being “hunted.”

Ibrahimovic linked up well with Galaxy’s new signing Cristian Pavon during their 2-0 win over FC Dallas.

He later said the Argentina international, who has previously been linked with Arsenal, is “too good for MLS.”

Rooney’s former side Manchester United take on Wolves in the Premier League tonight (8pm).



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