The just-concluded international break was quite uneventful with nothing out of the ordinary, characterized by the usual ranting and overriding negativity towards the Three Lions, most of all directed to Wayne Rooney: the golden boy of English football. The England and Manchester United captain was booed for his performances as he skippered his side against
It all started so promisingly. He was England’s great white hope at Euro 2004 and the nation’s youngest player to ever be capped. Twelve-years on he travels to France as captain – and a much changed player and character. So can he still have an impact? Or is his legend now bigger than the player
It was a memorable night as we crowned Wayne Rooney our greatest ever goal scorer at the home of football itself, Wembley. He scored his 50th goal for England surpassing the great Bobby Charlton as England’s all time top goalscorer. It’s interesting that this isnt being greeted in the most positive of fashion by everyone.
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