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Watch: Trevor Sinclair's Idea For Getting The Best Out Of Rooney Was Bafflingly Awful

Watch: Trevor Sinclair's Idea For Getting The Best Out Of Rooney Was Bafflingly Awful
By Mikey Traynor

After last week when we brought you a clip that proved to be very popular from Chris Sutton refusing to talk complete bullshit on MOTD 2... This week we are bringing you the opposite.

Chris Sutton was badly needed on the BBC on Sunday night as a bafflingly awful suggestion was made without question regarding Manchester United's misfiring captain Wayne Rooney.

Trevor Sinclair, who is not the worst pundit around it must be said, had an absolute shocker when he was asked to solve Man Utd's Wayne Rooney problem, as he tried to argue that Wayne Rooney is now a defensive midfielder, but just as strange was his suggestion that Michael Carrick should play alongside him because Rooney doesn't have the legs anymore.

United have been exposed for being unable to cope with runners from midfield, so the solution is to put two of the slowest players they could possibly play in that position together?

Furthermore, after watching a reel of Wayne Rooney losing possession and being unable to use the ball well, playing him in a position where he would see more of the ball and dictate play seems ridiculous.

The only thing more baffling is that fact that Sinclair and Danny Murphy were allowed to wear the same cardigan while sitting beside each other, something Mark Chapman addressed at the start of the show which means they knew about it and thought it would be funny...

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Bring back Chris Sutton.

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