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|Wayne Bloody Rooney|
|Topic Started: June 11, 2012, 2:36 pm (369 Views)|
|Hendo||June 11, 2012, 2:36 pm Post #1|
For reasons well known to us all, this individual will not be playing until England's 3rd game at least and, frankly, if the two-faced FA had not revoked on its own Respect Campaign and got him off one of his 3 game ban, then he might not have been playing at Euro 2012 at all.
But despite that, certain elements of the press cant seem to let a day go by without mentioning him, almost I feel in desparation at the fact that their blue eyed boy wont be on the field in the next 180 mins.
Latest culprit - the Telegraph in Sunday's issue. Commenting on the teams visit to Auschwitz, which I agree must have been a very emotional event, under a main heading of "What we have seen will change us all forever" is a sub-heading of -
"Rooney and team mates stand united in disbelief........." etc. (Why not just "England team mates"??)
And the article begins -
"Wayne Roone and the England players ......" etc (Why not just "the England players"?)
Para 2 begins -
"Rooney stood transfixed in front of the picture. So too did Andy Carroll, Phil Jagielka.........etc"
There then follows a more detailed interview on the visit with ....................Wayne Rooney
And the big picture accompanying the article shows 1 England player emerging from the gas chamber ............yes, its good old Wayne again!
Quite frankly I am already p***** off with the attention given to Rooney and this is before he even serves his reduced ban and takes to the field. Heaven knows how I will feel if he comes on against Ukraine and we even progress beyong the group stages.
Why, why, why all this attention to one of the most obnoxious and unlovable characters who has ever pulled on an England shirt?
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