Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney is leaving D.C. United, he has a new job



by SEDEDIN DEDOVIC

Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney is leaving D.C. United, he has a new job
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Former Manchester United striker and Old Trafford legend Wayne Rooney has been appointed as the new manager of Birmingham, the English second division announced today on the official website. As soon as the news was announced, the fans in Birmingham started celebrating.

Although they have been doing very well with their former coach lately, it can be seen that they have nothing against Wayne Rooney Rooney signed a contract with the leaders of Birmingham until June 2027. The legendary soccer player of Manchester United succeeded John Eustace on the bench of the club from the St.

Andrews stadium, who was dismissed a few days ago due to disagreements with the club's leaders. Wayne Rooney's new club is very good this season and is in sixth place. They started the season brilliantly, and now they are expected to keep their place in the playoffs until the end of the season if they do not qualify directly for the English Premier League.

John O'Shea and Ashely Cole come back to England together with Rooney

This famous Englishman was on the bench of DC United, and he brought with him to Birmingham his assistants, Ashley Cole, a former teammate from the England national team, as well as John O'Shea, with whom he played together for years in Manchester United.

We have to admit a strong trio and very well known to the English audience because they just spent the best years of their career in front of their home crowd in the Premier League. They have a great knowledge and way of playing in English and are familiar with most clubs and players.

It will be interesting to see Wayne Rooney again in the Championship, and surely he will influence the even greater popularity of Birmingham. This is not just the second club for Rooney that he manages as a manager, even though he is only 37 years old, before DC United he managed another English lower league club, Derby where he had notable results.

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