Wayne Rooney passing is the shock new fascination of the Israel Defense Forces owing to its missile-intercepting potential, it has emerged.
The distribution, maddening, was initially earmarked for missile interception on opening day when Rooney’s spot-on long passes and decidedly spot-off short passes against Swansea caught the eye of a Manchester United supporting sergeant major.
Rooney’s continuing knacks for both pinpoint accuracy from distance and sheer carelessness from close range has triggered a brief period of soul-searching for the newly armbanded Red Devils captain.
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Speaking exclusively to Football Burp, a source confirmed that Rooney has concluded his own particular talents to be best suited to booting footballs at Hamas missiles while Iron Dome undergoes renovations.
He said: “The main sticking point appears to be wages related.
“Whereas Iron Dome costs $20,000 per interception, Wayne has made it very clear that he won’t do it for a penny less than the £300,000 a week he makes at United.
“Benjamin Netanyahu has threatened to switch his attentions to Steven Gerrard if Rooney refuses to budge on his demands, but he could be bluffing.
“Maybe. I don’t know. To be honest, it would probably be best to wind this article up before one of us errs into the muddy waters of political comment.”
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