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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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As football fans, you will rarely get a moment as thrilling and happy as when your team wins a trophy. The culmination of a year's work, a lifetime of support and all the heartbreak and emotion that comes with football.With a trophy usually comes a victory parade, allowing the players to take the weight off their shoulders, loosen up and head on a tour of the city.Thousands of fans line the streets to welcome them, but the relaxed atmosphere often results in a player saying or doing something he shouldn't.That was no different as Man City's title-winning squad hit the tiles, as Jack Grealish seized the headlines with some boozed-up antics.Here, we take a look back at five of the most unique and hilarious moments from celebratory parades.We start with the most recent incident, which took place on Monday as Manchester City players and staff celebrated retaining their Premier League crown.Everyone was in party mode - including £100m superstar Jack Grealish, who revelled in the celebrations all while looking a tad tipsy.Speaking on the open-top bus parade through Manchester, with a voice that could have been easily mistaken for Sean Dyche’s, the former Villa captain said: “The main person that I want to thank is Bernardo Silva for coming off in the 70th minute because he was miles off it yesterday.” As the tour of Manchester concluded, the City players were then called onto a stage one by one to receive applause from the admiring City supporters – and Grealish couldn’t resist the limelight on that occasion too.
Five clubs who would be mad to ignore Sean Dyche after Burnley sacking
Burnley.Dyche was sacked by Burnley on Friday after a decade in charge of the Clarets, who are four points from safety in the Premier League with eight matches remaining. As a result, Dyche now finds himself without a club for the first time in 10 years, having been appointed to replace Eddie Howe back in October 2012.Here, DAILY STAR SPORT looks at five clubs who would be mad not to consider appointing Dyche as their next manager.With Roy Hodgson having come out of unofficial retirement to take charge of Watford in January, it is unlikely the 74-year-old will remain in charge of the Hornets next season.That is regardless of whether Watford avoid relegation from the Premier League this season, with the club currently six points from safety.Watford would target an immediate return to the top flight if relegated and would be mad not to consider turning to former manager Dyche, who began his coaching career with the club after retiring in 2007.Dyche also achieved an immediate return to the Premier League with Burnley in the 2015/16 season, winning the Championship at the first attempt following relegation a year prior.Despite only signing a two-and-a-half-year deal with Everton in January, Frank Lampard's long-time future with the club likely rests on keeping the Toffees in the Premier League.Everton are currently four points above the bottom three, though, but could turn to Dyche if they do lose out to Burnley in the relegation scrap.The appointment of Dyche would provide a level of stability that has been absent in recent seasons.
Four things Jurgen Klopp got right as Liverpool grind out victory at Burnley
Jurgen Klopp’s side to secure the points and keep the deficit between themselves and the reigning Premier League champions to nine points.While the Brazilian midfielder was the one with the goalscoring touch, it was the heroics of Alisson Becker in the Liverpool goal who really ensured the points went home with the Merseysiders.The Brazilian made four crucial saves in the first half from Jay Rodriguez and Burnley summer signing Wout Weghorst.However, Sean Dyche’s side were the ones who were left to rue their missed opportunities – Daily Star Sport takes a look at four things Klopp got right against BurnleyFor the first time since their 2-2 home draw against Brighton and Hove Albion in October, Klopp deployed the terrifying trio of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah, and Roberto Firmino all together in the same frontline.This was the most surprising decision the German made, considering Diogo Jota’s impressive form in the absence of Salah and Mane.Jota has operated in the ‘hole’ beautifully, and even scored an impressive brace in the Reds’ 2-0 home victory against Leicester City. However, Burnley’s assertive and aggressive defending style called for the subtlety and unpredictability of Firmino, rather than the agility and speed of Jota.And the Brazilian was a strong focal point at the spearhead of Liverpool’s attack, finding space in-between the Clarets’ midfield and defence, and providing Salah and Mane with a perfect back board.Like Mane and Salah, Firmino’s contract is also set to expire in the summer of 2023 - Liverpool supporters will surely hope the club pens him to a new deal.
Three things Ralf Rangnick got right despite Man Utd's disappointing draw with Burnley
Manchester United fell out of the top four after failing to beat bottom of the table Burnley on Tuesday night, drawing 1-1 with Sean Dyche's side.Paul Pogba opened the scoring for the Red Devils in the 18th minute as he guided the ball into the top corner after being teed up just inside the box by Luke Shaw.The Clarets then equalised just two minutes after halftime through Jay Rodriguez after the Englishman dinked a neat finish over David De Gea following an excellent piece of skill by Wout Weghorst.West Ham's 1-0 victory over Watford on the night means that United are sat just a point out of the Champions League places.But despite the draw masking what was a fairly strong display by Ralf Rangnick's display - especially in the first half- so, what did the manager get right?English team mates Luke Shaw and Jadon Sancho caused the Burnley defence an abundance of issues down the left wing and the pair appear to be on the cusp of a forming a great partnership.Since his arrival from Borussia Dortmund, Sancho has struggled to adjust to the Premier League. However, forming a relationship with Shaw down the left could see him begin to justify his mega price tag.The pair were able to stretch the Burnley defence and cause overloads outwide, especially in the first half, which in turn led to Pogba’s goal.Discussing Sancho’s struggles so far, Rio Ferdinand told BT: “Jadon Sancho is a player who gets players off balance, play’s one-twos, follows passes, very good in that sense." "I think some people expected with the price-tag and he’s came to Man United he’s going to be someone marauding from box-to-box, he not like that.