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Former Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney, who has now changed to his boyhood bar Everton, had a summary for Romelu Lukaku, who debuted for a Red Devils on Saturday in a compare opposite LA Galaxy, won by a English bar 5-2.
Rooney warned a 24-year-old Lukaku that personification for United is a exam of character. “Playing for Manchester United is a exam of character,” Rooney told reporters. “You’ve got to be clever adequate mentally to accept a challenge. United are a football bar that final success. Romelu has to be clever adequate to take adult that challenge.
“If he does that then, with a ability he has got, afterwards he will be a success. If he worries about things afterwards it will be some-more difficult.
Rooney, however, hoped that Lukaku will be given a right superintendence to grasp his goal. “Hopefully, Romelu has got people there who will give him a right superintendence and get a best out of him,” he said.
The former England captain pronounced that a standards of a Premier League group were set by Sir Alex behind when he assimilated a group behind in 2004. “There are standards that we have to keep when we are during Manchester United,” he said. “That came from Sir Alex when we went to United and it was upheld down by a likes of Giggsy [Ryan Giggs], Gary Neville and Scholesy [Paul Scholes]. Over a final few years, it was down to me and Michael Carrick to keep a new players progressing those standards,” he added.
“That has been some-more formidable over a final few years, with some of a players who assimilated a club. There are traditions during United that have to be maintained. It has turn harder, though that’s not my problem any more. I’m only overjoyed to be behind during Everton.”