United Patrol Rooney's Home After Protests
David Williams and Graham Fitzgerald,
Sky News Online
22nd Oct 2010
Manchester United have sent a security team to patrol Wayne Rooney's house through the night after police were forced to break up a fans' protest outside his home. The private guards told Sky News officers will also make regular checks, hours after a crowd of up to 30 people had been cleared from the property.
Rooney called in police to deal with the group which had gathered in front of the electric gates entrance to his home in the village of Prestbury, Cheshire. A Cheshire Police spokesperson said the supporters, who are angered at the striker's attempts to quit the club, "dispersed peacefully" with no offences committed. Ten private security officers have since been sent by United and, though quiet, lights remained on in the property's large front garden shortly before midnight.
It comes barely hours after the club urged fans to be patient as they thrash out the future of the want-away striker.
A squad of knuckle-draggers at his gate, moaning like zombies? I wonder how long it took for him to realise it wasn't a family gathering?
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