Area Man Not Certain What Happened With D.C. United Supporters Groups

WASHINGTON - Area man Wayne Rooney stated that he wasn't certain what happened with D.C. United's supporters groups, but that he planned to attend the upcoming inaugural game at Audi Field anyway.

 "Made up to get this clobber."

"Made up to get this clobber."

"Me head’s chocka," stated Rooney to The Nutmeg News. "Made up to be there, though, like, honest. Is right, that stadium."

With D.C. United effectively banning the District Ultras and Barra Brava from Audi Field, the collected supporters groups are planning a march on the day of the first game at Audi Field against the hand over of the supporters section to only the Screaming Eagles, a group that negotiated with the United front office behind closed doors.

"Yeah, I'll be proper devoed if it affects the atmosphere," stated the befuddled Rooney. "I don't know, though. I just say, 'Lad, it’s none of your business, stop gegging in,' but lads keep asking me if it's boss. I'm just going with an open mind. These moaning arlarse fans are doing me head in. Soz abar you, but 4 months and I'll see if I'm back."

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as fans continue to ask Mr Rooney if he knows what's going on with the D.C. United Supporters Groups