Man Utd Fans Absolutely Slaughter Wayne Rooney Following Watford Defeat

Man Utd Fans Absolutely Slaughter Wayne Rooney Following Watford Defeat

Manchester United managed to lose their third game in the space of seven days at Watford this afternoon – and captain Wayne Rooney is once again taking A LOT of stick from the club’s supporters.

Hot on the heels from their defeats to Man City last weekend and to Feyenoord in the Europa League on Thursday, Jose’s Red Devils probably knew anything short of three points at Vicarage Road would be seriously costly to their title chances.

But, despite another Marcus Rashford strike, United couldn’t do much to thwart the home side, who ran out 3-1 victors.

Rooney, who was deployed in a three-man midfield with Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini failed to make any sort of tangible impact on proceedings, and managed just one shot on goal in the 90 minutes.

31 next month, Rooney’s time as United’s talisman now looks to be coming to an end – and if he has any sense, he’ll stay off social media this evening:

What do you think? Is his time at United drawing to a close?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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