Rooney could be out for Man United's trip to Bolton over knee problem

23 March 2010 08:51
Wayne Rooney is a doubt for Manchester United's trip to Bolton on Saturday because of his ongoing knee problem.[LNB]Rooney limped away from Old Trafford after scoring his 32nd goal of the season in the 2-1 win over Liverpool on Sunday after suffering a recurrence of the injury.[LNB] Injury doubt: Rooney battles with Jamie Carragher during Manchester United's clash with Liverpool on Sunday[LNB]The injury could become a major worry for United as they chase glory at home and abroad, and England manager Fabio Capello will also be monitoring the situation with the World Cup fast approaching.[LNB]The problem arose ahead of last month's Carling Cup final, when he came off the bench to replace the injured Michael Owen.[LNB]Four days later he played at Wembley again, for England against Egypt, much to the displeasure of United boss Sir Alex Ferguson.[LNB] On the spot: Wayne Rooney scored United's equaliser on Sunday[LNB]Meanwhile the FA are examining footage of Fernando Torres scuffing the penalty spot ahead of Rooney's equaliser against Liverpool.[LNB]United are two points clear of Arsenal in this fascinating title race, but face a difficult run-in.[LNB]After the Bolton clash, they face a showdown with fellow title rivals Chelsea on Easter Saturday, which falls between their two European Cup matches against Bayern Munich. [LNB] Ji-Sung Park: Life is so rosy for Man United star after snub to Chelsea Ferdinand basks in glory of winning 'bragging rights' back from LiverpoolMANCHESTER UNITED FC

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