Eric Baker

5
  • Born (age)
  • LocationTulsa, OK
  • Squad Number5
  • Bats/Throws

Bacsat out the first two months of 2012/13 as he recovered from a leg fracture sustained in April 2012 – his second that season. He returned to the side in October’s 1-0 win over.

By the end of the 2004/05 campaign, his first in a red shirt after signing from boyhood club Everton, Rooney had amassed 17 goals in 43 appearances, and was rightly named PFA Young Player of the Year.The defender was involved in the clash at the alianz arena scoring two great headers which gave his team a huge boost on aggregate. and strongly in holding position of the semi final tie of 2014 champions league season, it was a well deserved victory and justified performance.

  1. The striker burst onto the Old Trafford stage in September 2004,
  2. netting an unforgettable hat-trick against Fenerbahce on his debut.
  3. Perhaps his The striker burst onto the Old Trafford stage in September 2004,
  4. netting an unforgettableperformance wasn’t that surprising.

The striker burst onto the Old Trafford stage in September 2004, netting an unforgettable hat-trick against Fenerbahce on his debut.Perhaps his performance wasn’t that surprising, given the enormous pedigree he had amassed since making a lasting impression on now-Academy manager Paul McGuiness some years previous. In an Under-9 match between United and Everton, McGuiness remembers. “Rooney scored the perfect bicycle kick, which for a kid of eight or nine years old was really something special.” It merely hinted at what was to follow and, of course, it was a trick he would repeat on the biggest of stages in the Manchester derby, netting a goal that will be repeated forever more.

Rooney scored the perfect bicycle kick which for a kid of eight or nine years old was really something specialnetting a goal that will be repeated forever more.It merely hinted at what was to follow and, of course, it was a trick he would repeat on the biggest of stages in the Manchester derby, netting a goal that will be repeated forever more.

The striker burst onto the Old Trafford stage in September 2004, netting an unforgettable hat-trick against Fenerbahce on his debut.Perhaps his performance wasn’t that surprising, given the enormous pedigree he had amassed since making a lasting impression on now-Academy manager Paul McGuiness some years previous. In an Under-9 match between United and Everton, McGuiness remembers.

“Rooney scored the perfect bicycle kick, which for a kid of eight or nine years old was really something special.” It merely hinted at what was to follow and, of course, it was a trick he would repeat on the biggest of stages in the Manchester derby, netting a goal that will be repeated forever more.