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Carlo unsurprised by Rooney

Blues boss expected Roo to stay at United

By Adrian Del Monte.   Last Updated: 22/10/10 5:16pm

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Carlo unsurprised by Rooney

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Carlo Ancelotti is not surprised with Wayne Rooney's decision to remain at Manchester United.

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"I think that Rooney did a fantastic job for Manchester United and, in the future, I think he will do the same."
Carlo Ancelotti on Wayne Rooney Quotes of the week

The Chelsea manager is preparing his players for this weekend's clash against Wolves, but took some time out to discuss the Rooney situation.

Ancelotti believes that Rooney will be a fantastic player for many years to come and that the result was good for both the player and the club.

"I'm not surprised," Ancelotti said.

"Manchester Untied are happy to keep a fantastic player.

"I think that Rooney did a fantastic job for Manchester United and, in the future, I think he will do the same."

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