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Manchester United legend, 36, stood down from his post as Rams boss "with immediate effect" on Friday (June 24) after a turbulent 18 months in charge of the recently-relegated East midlands outfit. Despite a hefty 21-point deduction and struggles regarding finances, Rooney claimed plaudits for almost masterminding the greatest of great escapes.While in charge of Derby, the former Man Utd forward was the no.1 choice to succeed Sean Dyche at Burnley, but the Clarets have since opted for ex-Manchester City captain Vincent KompanyREAD MORE: 8 transfers that were never going to happen including Ronaldinho and Beckham to BlackburnNow expected to take some time out from management to assess his options, Rooney is eyeing a return to TV punditry and, according to the Sun, all the big-hitters are vying for his signature.

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Liam Gallagher's funniest digs at Noel after calling him an 'a**elicker'
Noel Gallagher are the warring rock and roll star brothers whose bitter rivalry has been reignited once again after the younger sibling had a new dig at him.Liam, 49, sparked the bitter feud with his older brother after calling him "an a**e licker".The rock star made the swipe on Twitter after it was suggested that Noel, 54, had more talent than him during their time in Oasis.Liam had taken to Twitter to take shots at ex-footballers Jamie Carragher and Steven Gerrard while celebrating Man City edging out Liverpool for the Premier League title on Sunday (May 22).As numerous Liverpool fans rushed to defend the former England player, one wrote: "Noel had the talent."Liam, 49, replied by tweeting: "As an a**e licker."The brothers formed Oasis, which originally also consisted of Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs, Paul McGuigan and Tony McCarroll, in Manchester in 1991.Liam and Noel have barely spoken to each other directly since Oasis split in 2009 when they had a bust-up before a gig in France.But Liam has regularly taken a pop at his brother in interviews and on social media with witty one-liners.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up for one of our newsletters here .Back in 2016 Liam had tweeted "Potato" to accompany a side-profile shot of Noel, giving his brother a new nickname that ended up sticking.He then posted a grumpy-looking picture of Noel “Pouting Potato” and has used "Potato" to describe him several times since.In 2017, Liam also had a pop at his brother employing a professional scissors player on stage.Speaking on BBC Radio 1 he said: "I’m gonna have someone sharpening a pencil at my gig. It’s gonna proper blow people’s minds."I find that a bit strange—the scissor thing.
Liam Gallagher announces huge Cardiff show for September
Liam Gallagher has announced details of an open-air gig in Cardiff in September.The former Oasis frontman will play a host of outdoor gigs this summer, including a huge show at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium and a pair of sold-out dates at Knebworth Park.Gallagher has now confirmed that he will conclude his summer tour with a show at Alexandra Head in Cardiff Bay on September 15.Support on the night will come from The Charlatans, with more special guests set to be announced soon.Tickets for Gallagher’s newly announced Cardiff show will go on general sale on Friday (May 27) at 10am, and you’ll be able to buy them from here.You can see Gallagher’s upcoming tour schedule in the UK and Ireland below.June1 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester3 – Knebworth Park, Knebworth4 – Knebworth Park, Knebworth24 – Ormeau Park, Belfast26 – Hampden Park, GlasgowAugust27 – Royal Hospital Kilmainham, DublinSeptember15 – Alexandra Head, CardiffGallagher’s tour this summer is in support of his forthcoming new solo album ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’, which is set for release on May 27 via Warner.Last week Gallagher performed his unreleased track ‘World’s In Need’ on Later… With Jools Holland.The musician was involved in a Twitter exchange with former Liverpool player and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher yesterday (May 22) following Manchester City’s title-clinching victory over Aston Villa.After Carragher said that City, Gallagher’s team, will “never win the Champions league & Oasis are shite compared to The Beatles“, Gallagher responded: “Oasis piss all over the Beatles how many times did they do Knebworth?”
Jamie Carragher ruins Gary Neville with Boris Johnson jibe as Salford City sack manager
Jamie Carragher has ruined Gary Neville with a brutal Boris Johnson jibe after Salford City announced they have sacked their manager.The League Two club announced on Tuesday that they have parted company with Gary Bowyer after 14 months in charge at the Peninsula Stadium. As a result, the club which Neville has co-owned since 2014 are now in search of their eighth manager in seven years following the dismissal.Neville's fellow Sky Sports pundit Carragher wasted no time in poking fun at the former Manchester United defender, taking to Twitter to react to the news of Bowyer's Salford dismissal.Carragher quote tweeted the club's announcement, writing: “@GNev2 puts more people out of work than Boris Johnson", making reference to the Prime Minister's plans to cut thousands of civil service jobs.Bowyer leaves Salford having joined the club in March last year and lead the Ammies to a 10th placed finish in League Two this season, finishing seven points off the play-offs.The club confirmed his departure in an official statement which read: “Salford City Football Club announces the departure of First Team Manager Gary Bowyer from The Peninsula Stadium.“A meeting was held earlier today and the Club has made the decision to terminate Gary Bowyer’s contract along with Assistant Manager Billy Barr.Who is currently the best television pundit in football? Let us know in the comments section below.“The Club would like to thank Gary and Billy for their hard work over the last season, and we wish them all the best for their future roles within football.