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    Thursday, January 24, 2013

    KAMBI UARABUNI ZINALIPA, MAN UNITED WAFAIDIKA ILE MBAYA BAADA YA ROONEY KUPONEA HUKO


    Wayne Rooney showed no signs of any injury in Doha despite giving Manchester United cause for concern just 24 hours ago.
    Rooney limped out of Wednesday's training session in the Qatari capital, grimacing and clutching his left thigh as United prepared for the weekend FA Cup tie against Fulham at Old Trafford.
    The striker, who famously announced 'the big man is back' when joining the England squad late at the 2006 World Cup, was back to normal on Thursday morning as the Premier League leaders were put through their paces at the Aspire Academy for Sports Excellence.
    Sharp shooter: Wayne Rooney gets his eye in as the United players go through their drills under the Qatar sunshine
    Sharp shooter: Wayne Rooney gets his eye in as the United players go through their drills under the Qatar sunshine
    Forward thinking: Rooney (right) watches fellow Man United striker Robin van Persie in training
    Forward thinking: Rooney (right) watches fellow Man United striker Robin van Persie in training
    Rooney, who along with team-mates Michael Carrick, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Rafael watched some of the world's best golfers at the Qatar Masters on Wednesday, recently missed three weeks with a knee problem and only returned to action in the FA Cup replay victory over West Ham a week ago.
    The United squad flew to the Middle East after dropping two points at the death against Tottenham.
    Manager Sir Alex Ferguson was not with his players and has been in Glasgow this week at the funeral of Sean Fallon. Ferguson led the tributes to the Celtic legend who died last week aged 90.
    United host Fulham in Saturday's televised late kick-off.
    Point made: Rooney looked fighting fit and raring to go in Doha
    On the ball: Rooney looked fighting fit and raring to go in Doha
    Point made: Manchester United star Rooney looked fighting fit and raring to go as he trained in Doha
    Take it lying down: Rooney stretches out before heading back to the cold of Manchester
    Take it lying down: Rooney stretches out before heading back to the cold of Manchester
    Meanwhile, United have clinched a £15million deal for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha... as it emerged Ashley Young will miss their Champions League double-header against Real Madrid with a knee problem. 
    Young limped off in the 2-1 win over Liverpool on January 13 after a collision with Daniel Agger - and Sportsmail understands the winger has damaged his left medial ligament so will miss at least another four weeks. 
    Ferguson hoped to include Young in his squad to face Spurs last weekend but the England international was ruled out after medical tests.
    Young's prolonged stint on the sidelines will come as a major blow to United as they enter a crucial part of their season. 
    Lazy day: Veteran midfielder Paul Scholes was also enjoying the winter sun during a break in training
    Lazy day: Veteran midfielder Paul Scholes was also enjoying the winter sun during a break in training

    Thighs matters: The Man United players do some lunges as they exercise in Doha
    Thighs matters: The Man United players do some lunges as they exercise in Doha
    He will definitely miss both legs of the Champions League second round clash against Jose Mourinho's Spanish giants Real. 
    Young is also likely to be absent for the domestic fixtures against Fulham, Southampton, Everton, QPR, Norwich, West Ham and Reading. 
    He will be unavailable for England's friendly against Brazil, but should be fit for the crucial March World Cup qualifying double header with San Marino and Montenegro.
    In better news for Barclays Premier League leaders United, the protracted deal for Palace starlet Zaha has finally been agreed. 
    Here he comes: Rooney was the centre of attention as the Man United players trained on Thursday
    Here he comes: Rooney was the centre of attention as the Man United players trained on Thursday
    Sign him up: Scholes takes time out to please fans with a few autographs
    Sign him up: Scholes takes time out to please fans with a few autographs
    United will pay £10m up front - the biggest down payment for a Championship player, exceeding the £6m Arsenal initially paid Southampton for 17-year-old Theo Walcott on in 2006.
    The remaining £5m will be made up of various add-ons, £3m based on appearances, and the remaining £2m based on trophies and England appearances. Palace have also agreed a 10 per cent sell-on fee. 
    Zaha will sign a five-and-a-half year contract at Old Trafford which will start at £35,000 a week, rising as he develops at the club. 
    The England international will have a medical for United within the next 48 hours and will be loaned back to Palace for the remainder of the season - a key boost to Palace boss Ian Holloway as he strives to win promotion to the Premier League.
    Sidelined: Manchester United winger Ashley Young will now miss key games
    Sidelined: Manchester United winger Ashley Young will now miss key games
    Winging in: Crystal Palace starlet Wilfried Zaha (left) is heading to Old Trafford
    Winging in: Crystal Palace starlet Wilfried Zaha (left) is heading to Old Traffor


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