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Man Utd striker Rooney investing more in horse racing | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is building up his stable of horses. Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is building up his stable of horses.The Sun says Rooney splashed out almost £80,000 on three racehorses last year — but the nags have earned him only £5,000 in winnings.The Manchester United star’s horsey hobby was revealed in the accounts of Stoneygate 48 Ltd, the company which handles Rooney’s image rights and other commercial deals.But Rooney and wife Coleen, who jointly own the horses, will not be too worried about the racing results as the firm’s figures show the player is sitting on almost £3million in that one company.Stoneygate 48 Ltd’s accounts for the year to March 2012 show net assets of £2,926,352 — up from £1,591,763 the previous year.


Premier League team news, odds and stats from every match ahead of the weekend

“Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg of Germany leaves the pit lane during the first practice session ahead of Sunday’s Belgian Formula One Grand Prix in Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, Friday, Aug. 9 more words

Day 234

I didn’t have to be anywhere early this morning, so it was green tea pancakes for breakfast.

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Match.com Profile Mission: Accomplished

Well, I finally did it. I finally sat down and forced myself to join match and write a new damn profile.  A glass of wine, of course, was involved in order to script a few rambling paragraphs that I hope represent me well enough. 367 more words


Preview: Tranmere Rovers v Cheltenham Town

By Andrew Eaton (@dantetrfc)

Tranmere are looking for their first home win of season on Saturday against Cheltenham Town, with finally getting our first win of the season on Tuesday night against Wycombe Wanderers, Rob Edwards will be looking to build on that and keep the same team that did so well. 199 more words


Dinnington Town F.C. versus Bentley colliery F.C.

The next match will be this Saturday the 22nd August 2015 at the Resource centre, Phoenix park.  3pm kick off, £2 adults, £1 children and oaps, junior footballers free.   148 more words


The Opposition View: Derby Vs Fulham

Tomorrow the Rams take on newly-relegated Fulham, who have suffered a poor start to the new campaign.

I have questioned Andrew Beck of Cottagers Confidential… 863 more words