Saturday, October 23, 2010

Wayne Rooney's Achievement For His International Career

Wayne Rooney and His Great Achievement-

England boss Fabio Capello says Wayne Rooney will play in Tuesday's Euro 2012 qualifier away to Switzerland despite allegations about his private life.

"He was very good in training and will be in a good situation," said Capello. 

The News of the World and the Sunday Mirror newspapers alleged Rooney slept with a prostitute while his wife Coleen was pregnant with their son.
Captain Steven Gerrard added: "Yes, he has an issue off the pitch but I don't think that will stop him playing well." 

After his disappointing displays during a dismal World Cup campaign this summer, Rooney played a starring role in England's 4-0 win over Bulgaria on Friday.
Although he did not find the net at Wembley, the Manchester United frontman revelled in the free role given to him by Capello, instigating the attacks which led to Jermain Defoe's hat-trick and also having a hand in Adam Johnson's goal.

Wayne Rooney’s bombshell to England team-mates: 'I'm fed up and want to leave Manchester United'

Outburst: Wayne Rooney was overheard on England duty telling team-mates he would need to find another club soon

Outburst: Wayne Rooney was overheard on England duty telling team-mates he would need to find another club soon 

In his own mind, he already knew that his time at Old Trafford was running down.
Manchester’s most famous Liverpudlian had fallen out of love with the club he was so fond of saying would bring him everything he would ever need.
A week earlier in the secretive surroundings of an England training camp, the clues were there.
Rooney is normally a relaxed, accommodating figure on England duty. He is what is often called by people in football a ‘good tourist’.

By all accounts, however, his behaviour in the run-up to last week’s game against Montenegro was altogether different.
He looked, according to those who know him, like a man beset by personal and professional worries.

It led to a number of England players asking if he was OK and, by way of reply, he made little attempt to disguise his frustrations with life at Old Trafford.
Rooney, for example, was heard to complain to England team-mates that he was ‘fed up’ and would need to find a new club soon.

Such behaviour is not uncommon in football. Mostly, it is just bluster.

Denials: Manchester United reacted quickly to talk Rooney would be sold

Denials: Manchester United reacted quickly to talk Rooney would be sold
But one source told Sportsmail that this was different as Rooney used expletives when describing his club.
The source said: ‘Wayne did not look like a guy making idle threats ... more like a person determined to prove a point.’

United moved quickly yesterday to deny one story that he will be sold in January, describing the Sunday newspaper revelation as ‘nonsense’.
Sportsmail’s sources, however, say Rooney is ‘determined to go... either now or at the end of his contract’ when he would be available on a free transfer.

If things are irretrievable, United will surely attempt to get the highest transfer fee possible, with Real Madrid and Jose Mourinho one likely outpost. But with his contract running down that could be difficult.
For the club and manager Sir Alex Ferguson, this latest development is little short of a disaster.
This is bigger than the sales of Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham.

Rooney — at least the 35-goal Rooney of last season — has been the heartbeat of Ferguson’s team for a long time.
To lose him would change everything.
Inside the players’ tunnel at Old Trafford on Saturday, the ‘R’ word was pretty much off-limits for those journalists fortunate enough to be invited to interview United staff.

Talisman: Alex Ferguson has sold star players before, but Rooney is different
Talisman: Alex Ferguson has sold star players before, but Rooney is different

Wayne Rooney
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Rooney playing for Manchester United
Personal information
Full name Wayne Mark Rooney
Date of birth 24 October 1985 (1985-10-24) (age 25)
Place of birth Croxteth, Liverpool, England
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Playing position Forward
Club information
Current club Manchester United
Number 10
Youth career
1996–2002 Everton
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2002–2004 Everton 67 (15)
2004– Manchester United 193 (92)
National team
2002 England U19 1 (0)
2003– England 67 (26)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 17:00, 26 September 2010 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 21:39, 7 September 2010 (UTC)
Wayne Mark Rooney (born 24 October 1985) is an English footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Manchester United and the England national team.

Aged 10, Rooney joined the youth team of Everton, for whom he made his professional debut in 2002. He spent two seasons at the Merseyside club, before moving to Manchester United for £25.6 million in the 2004 summer transfer window. Since then, he has won the Premier League three times, the 2007–08 UEFA Champions League and two League Cups. He has also been awarded the PFA Players' Player of the Year and the FWA Footballer of the Year in 2009–10.

Rooney made his England national team debut in 2003 and, at UEFA Euro 2004, he briefly became the competition's youngest goalscorer. He is frequently selected for the England squad and also featured at the 2006 FIFA World Cup and the 2010 FIFA World Cup. As of September 2010, he has won 67 international caps and scored 26 goals.

Early life-

Rooney was born in Croxteth, Liverpool to Thomas Wayne and Jeanette Marie Rooney (née Morrey). He is of Irish descent and was brought up Catholic in Croxteth with younger brothers Graeme and John; all three attended De La Salle School. He grew up supporting his local club Everton; his childhood hero was Duncan Ferguson.

Club career-


Rooney began playing for Liverpool Schoolboys and at the age of 10 was signed on schoolboy terms by Everton F.C. After scoring in an FA Youth Cup match, he revealed a T-shirt under his jersey that read, "Once a Blue, always a Blue." Since he was under 17 at the time and therefore ineligible for a professional contract, he was playing for £80 a week and living with his family on one of the country's most deprived council estates.

On 19 October 2002, five days before his 17th birthday, Rooney scored a match-winning goal against reigning league champions Arsenal; in addition to ending Arsenal's 30-match unbeaten run, it made Rooney the youngest goalscorer in Premier League history, a record that has since been surpassed twice; first by James Milner and then by James Vaughan. He was named BBC Sports' 2002 Young Personality of the Year.

At the end of the 2003–04 season, citing Everton's inability to challenge for European competition (they had finished seventh the previous season and only just missed out on a UEFA Cup place, but in 2003–04, finishing in 17th place, had narrowly avoided relegation), Rooney requested a transfer that Everton refused to oblige unless the transfer fee was in excess of £50 million. A three-year, £12,000-a-week contract offer from the club was snubbed by Rooney's agent in August 2004, leaving Manchester United and Newcastle United to compete for his signature. The Times reported that Newcastle were close to signing Rooney for £18.5 million, as confirmed by Rooney's agent, but Manchester United ultimately won the bidding war and Rooney signed at the end of the month after a £25.6 million deal with Everton was reached. It was the highest fee paid for a player aged under 20; Rooney was still only 18 years old when he left Everton.

Manchester United-

Debut season:

Rooney playing for Manchester United
Rooney made his United debut on 28 September 2004 in a 6–2 Champions League group stage win over Fenerbahçe, scoring a hat-trick and laying on an assist. However, his first season at Old Trafford ended without winning a trophy as United could only manage a third place finish in the league (having been champions or runners-up on all but two previous occasions since 1992) and failed to progress to the last eight of the UEFA Champions League. United had more success in the cup competitions, but were edged out of the League Cup in the semi finals by a Chelsea side who also won the Premier League title that season, and a goalless draw with Arsenal in the FA Cup final was followed by a penalty shoot-out defeat. However, Rooney was United's top league scorer that season with 11 goals, and was credited with the PFA Young Player of the Year award.


In September 2005, Rooney was sent off in a UEFA Champions League clash with Villarreal of Spain (which ended in a goalless draw) for sarcastically clapping the referee who had booked him for an unintentional foul on an opponent. His first trophy with United came in the 2006 League Cup, and he was also named man of the match after scoring twice in United's 4–0 win over Wigan Athletic in the final. In the Premier League, however, an erratic start to the season left title glory looking unlikely for United and their title hopes were ended in late April when they lost 3–0 at home to champions Chelsea and had to settle for second place. Rooney's goalscoring further improved in the 2005–06 season, as he managed 16 goals in 36 Premier League games.

Rooney was sent off in an Amsterdam Tournament match against Porto on 4 August 2006 after hitting Porto defender Pepe with an elbow. He was punished with a three-match ban by the FA, following their receipt of a 23-page report from referee Ruud Bossen that explained his decision. Rooney wrote a letter of protest to the FA, citing the lack of punishment handed down to other players who were sent off in friendlies. He also threatened to withdraw the FA's permission to use his image rights if they did not revoke the ban, but the FA had no power to make such a decision.

During the first half of the 2006–07 season, Rooney ended a ten-game scoreless streak with a hat-trick against Bolton Wanderers, and he signed a two-year contract extension the next month that tied him to United until 2012. By the end of April, a combination of two goals in an 8–3 aggregate quarter-final win over Roma and two more in a 3–2 semi-final first leg victory over AC Milan brought Rooney's total goal amount to 23 in all competitions and tied him with teammate Cristiano Ronaldo for the team goalscoring lead. By the end of that season, he had scored 14 league goals.

Rooney collected his first Premier League title winner's medal at the end of the 2006–07 season, but has yet to pick up an FA Cup winner's medal; he had to settle for a runners-up medal in the 2007 FA Cup Final.


On 12 August 2007, Rooney fractured his left metatarsal in United's opening-day goalless draw against Reading; he had suffered the same injury to his right foot in 2004. After being sidelined for six weeks, he returned for United's 1–0 Champions League group stage win over Roma on 2 October, scoring the match's only goal. However, barely a month into his return, Rooney injured his ankle during a training session on 9 November, and missed an additional two weeks. His first match back was against Fulham on 3 December, in which he played 70 minutes.[dead link] Rooney missed a total of ten games and finished the 2007–08 season with 18 goals (12 of them in the league), as United clinched both the Premier League and the Champions League, in which they defeated league rivals Chelsea in the competition's first-ever all-English final.

On 4 October 2008 in an away win over Blackburn Rovers, Rooney became the youngest player in league history to make 200 appearances. On 14 January after scoring what turned out to be the only goal 54 seconds into the 1–0 win over Wigan Athletic, Rooney limped off with a hamstring ailment in the eighth minute. His replacement, Carlos Tévez, was injured himself shortly after entering the game, but stayed on. Rooney was out for three weeks, missing one match apiece in the League Cup and FA Cup, along with four Premier League matches. On 25 April 2009, Rooney scored his final league goals of the season against Tottenham. United scored 5 goals in an emphatic second half display to come from 2–0 down winning the game 5–2. Rooney grabbed two goals, set up two and provided the assist that led to the penalty for United's first goal. Rooney ended the season with 20 goals in all competitions, behind Ronaldo as leading United scorer for the season. Once again, he managed 12 goals in the league.


Rooney's start to the new campaign got off to great scoring ways, grabbing a goal in the 90th minute of the 2009 Community Shield, though United lost the game to Chelsea on penalties. He then scored the only goal of the opening game of the 2009–10 season against Birmingham City, taking his overall United tally to 99. He failed to score in the next game, a historic 1–0 defeat to the hands of newly-promoted Burnley at Turf Moor. On 22 August, he became the 20th Manchester United player to have scored over 100 goals for the club after finding the net twice in a 5–0 away win at Wigan Athletic, a game which also saw Michael Owen notch his first goal for United.

Rooney in a November 2009 match against Everton.
On 29 August, United played Arsenal at Old Trafford. Rooney scored the equaliser from the penalty spot after Andrei Arshavin had put the Gunners ahead. The game finished 2–1 to Manchester United after Abou Diaby scored an own goal. Five days later Rooney commented on his penalty against Arsenal: "Everyone who watches me play knows I am an honest player, I play the game as honestly as I can. If the referee gives a penalty there is nothing you can do." On 28 November 2009, Rooney scored his first hat-trick for three years in a 4–1 away victory against Portsmouth, with two of them being penalties. On 27 December 2009, he was awarded Man of the Match against Hull. He was involved in all the goals scored in the game, hitting the opener and then giving away the ball for Hull's equalizing penalty. He then forced Andy Dawson into conceding an own goal and then set up Dimitar Berbatov for United's third goal which gave them a 3–1 victory. On 30 December 2009, three days on from their victory over Hull, he grabbed another goal in United's 5–0 thrashing of Wigan in their final game of the decade. On 23 January 2010, Rooney scored all four goals in Manchester United's 4–0 win over Hull City; three of the goals came in the last 10 minutes of the match. 

This was the first time in his career that he bagged four in one match. On 27 January 2010, he continued his great scoring run by heading the winner in the second minute of stoppage time against derby rivals Manchester City. This gave United a 4–3 aggregate win, taking them into the final, it was his first League Cup goal since netting two in the 2006 final. On 31 January 2010, Rooney scored his 100th Premier League goal in a 3–1 win over Arsenal for the first time in the league at the Emirates, notably his first Premier League goal also came against Arsenal. On 16 February 2010, Rooney hit his first European goals of the season, scoring two headers in the 3–2 away win against A.C. Milan in their first ever win against them at the San Siro. On 28 February 2010, he scored another header against Aston Villa (his fifth consecutive headed goal in a row) which resulted in Manchester United winning the Carling Cup final 2–1. In the second leg of United's European tie against AC Milan, Rooney scored a brace in a resounding 4–0 home victory, taking his tally of goals this season to 30. He then added two more to his tally five days later at Old Trafford, in a 3–0 league win over Fulham.

On 30 March 2010, during United's Champions League quarter-final first leg defeat against Bayern Munich (at Munich's Allianz Arena), Rooney crumpled when he twisted his ankle in the last minute. There were fears that he had received serious ligament damage or even a broken ankle, but it was announced that the injury was only slight ligament damage, and that he would be out for 2 to 3 weeks, missing United's crunch match with Chelsea and the return leg against Munich the following week. The team list for second leg of the Champions League Quarter-final yielded a massive surprise when Rooney was given a starting place in the United lineup. Despite a 3–0 lead by the 41st minute, Munich snatched a goal back and United were later forced down to 10 men after Rafael da Silva was sent-off. Munich won the match after netting a second away-goal and Rooney was substituted after re-damaging his ankle. On 25 April, Rooney was named the 2010 PFA Players' Player of the Year.


On 19 October 2010, manager Alex Ferguson stated at a press conference that Rooney has confirmed the "terribly disappointing" news that he has told United that he will not sign a new contract and "wishes to leave the club". This came after a period of dispute as to the extent of Rooney's ankle injury, where Rooney had refuted Ferguson's claim that the injury was the reason Rooney had been dropped to the bench. The next day, Rooney and his representatives released a statement regarding his decision to leave the club. He cited the club's apparent lack of ambition to win trophies by not signing the world's best players as his reason for wanting to leave the club. Despite this, after talks with Ferguson and the club owners, Rooney signed a new 5-year deal on 22 October, keeping him at Manchester United until 2015.

International career-

Rooney playing for England
Rooney became the youngest player to play for England when he earned his first cap in a friendly against Australia on 12 February 2003 at seventeen, the same age in which he also became the youngest player to score an England goal. Arsenal youngster Theo Walcott broke Rooney's appearance record by 36 days in June 2006.

His first tournament action was at Euro 2004, in which he became the youngest scorer in competition history on 17 June 2004, when he scored twice against Switzerland; however, this record was topped by Swiss midfielder Johan Vonlanthen four days later. Rooney suffered an injury in the quarterfinal match against Portugal and England were eliminated on penalties.

Following a foot injury in an April 2006 Premier League match, Rooney faced a race to fitness for the 2006 World Cup. England attempted to hasten his recovery with the use of an oxygen tent, which allowed Rooney to enter a group match against Trinidad and Tobago and start the next match against Sweden. However, he never got back into game shape and went scoreless as England bowed out in the quarterfinals, again on penalty kicks.

Rooney was red-carded in the 62nd minute of the quarterfinal for stamping on Portugal defender Ricardo Carvalho as both attempted to gain possession of the ball, an incident that occurred right in front of referee Horacio Elizondo. Rooney's United teammate Cristiano Ronaldo openly protested his actions, and was in turn shoved by Rooney.

Elizondo sent Rooney off, after which Ronaldo was seen winking at the Portugal bench. Rooney denied intentionally targeting Carvalho in a statement on 3 July, adding, "I bear no ill feeling to Cristiano but I'm disappointed that he chose to get involved. I suppose I do, though, have to remember that on that particular occasion we were not teammates." Elizondo confirmed the next day that Rooney was dismissed solely for the infraction on Carvalho. Rooney was fined CHF5,000 for the incident.

During the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, after England drew with Algeria, the England players were booed off the pitch by supporters. Rooney made a comment as he left the pitch to television cameras saying, "Nice to see your home fans boo you, that's loyal supporters". He has since apologised for the comment, made during a lacklustre tournament for England who were eliminated in the second round.

International goals-

Career statistics-

Club Season League Cup League Cup Continental Other Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Everton 2002–03 33 6 1 0 3 2 0 0 37 8
2003–04 34 9 3 0 3 0 0 0 40 9
Total 67 15 4 0 6 2 0 0 77 17
Manchester United 2004–05 29 11 6 3 2 0 6 3 0 0 43 17
2005–06 36 16 3 0 4 2 5 1 0 0 48 19
2006–07 35 14 7 5 1 0 12 4 0 0 55 23
2007–08 27 12 4 2 0 0 11 4 1 0 43 18
2008–09 30 12 2 1 1 0 13 4 3 3 49 20
2009–10 32 26 1 0 3 2 7 5 1 1 44 34
2010–11 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 1
Total 193 92 23 11 11 4 54 21 6 4 287 132
Career total 260 107 27 11 17 6 54 21 6 4 364 149
Statistics accurate as of match played 26 September 2010

England national team
Year Apps Goals
2003 9 3
2004 11 6
2005 8 2
2006 8 1
2007 4 2
2008 8 5
2009 9 6
2010 10 1
Total 67 26



Manchester United
  • Premier League (3): 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09
  • League Cup (2): 2005–06, 2009–10
  • FA Community Shield (2): 2007, 2010
  • UEFA Champions League (1): 2007–08
  • FIFA Club World Cup (1): 2008


  • BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year (1): 2002
  • Bravo Award (1): 2003
  • UEFA Euro 2004 Team of the Tournament
  • Goal of the Season (2): 2004-05, 2006–07
  • Goal of the Month (5): October 2003, January 2005, April 2005, January 2007, March 2007
  • FIFPro World Young Player of the Year (1): 2004–05
  • Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year (2): 2005–06, 2009–10
  • FWA Footballer of the Year (1): 2009–10
  • PFA Players' Player of the Year (1): 2009–10
  • PFA Young Player of the Year (2): 2004–05, 2005–06
  • PFA Fans' Player of the Year (2): 2005–06, 2009–10
  • PFA Premier League Team of the Year (2): 2005–06, 2009–10
  • FA Premier League Player of the Month (5): February 2005, December 2005, March 2006, October 2007, January 2010
  • Barclays Player of the Season (1): 2009–10
  • FIFA Club World Cup Golden Ball (1): 2008
  • England Player of the Year (2): 2008, 2009

Personal life:


Rooney met his wife, Coleen Rooney (née McLoughlin), while both were in their final year of secondary school. They married on 12 June 2008 after six years of dating, during which Rooney admitted to soliciting prostitution in Liverpool in 2004. '"I was young and stupid. It was at a time when I was very young and immature and before I had settled down with Coleen." He has a tattoo of the words "Just Enough Education to Perform", the title of an album by his favorite band, the Stereophonics; Coleen arranged for the group to play at their wedding reception. The wedding ran into some controversy with the Catholic Church.

The couple held a religious ceremony at La Cervara, a converted monastery near Genoa, despite being warned by the local bishop's office against the plan. The bishop's office told the Rooneys that La Cervara is deconsecrated and not suitable for a wedding. It suggested a different church, five miles away. Nevertheless, the couple ignored the advice and Father Edward Quinn, their local priest from Croxteth, presided over a ceremony in which rings were exchanged.

In April 2006, he was awarded £100,000 in libel damages from tabloids The Sun and News of the World, who had claimed that he had assaulted Coleen in a nightclub. Rooney donated the money to charity.

The Rooneys reside in a £4.25 million mansion in the village of Prestbury, Cheshire, which was built by a company owned by Dawn Ward, the wife of former Sheffield United striker Ashley Ward. He also owns property in Port Charlotte, Florida. While Rooney was house hunting in Cheshire after signing with Manchester United, he spotted a pub sign that read "Admiral Rodney", which he misread as "Admiral Rooney." He nonetheless considered it a positive omen for his future home. Rooney owns a French mastiff dog, which was reportedly bought for £1,250.

Rooney's wife Coleen announced on 7 April 2009 that the couple were expecting their first baby, due in October 2009. Coleen gave birth to their son, Kai Wayne Rooney, on 2 November 2009.

Commercial interests-

Rooney has endorsement deals with Nike, Nokia, Ford, Asda, and Coca-Cola. He has appeared on five straight UK-version covers of Electronic Arts' FIFA series from FIFA 06 (2005) to FIFA 11 (2010).
On 9 March 2006, Rooney signed the largest sports book deal in publishing history with HarperCollins, who granted him a £5 million advance plus royalties for a minimum of five books to be published over a twelve-year period. The first, My Story So Far, an autobiography ghostwritten by Hunter Davies, was published after the World Cup. The second publication, The Official Wayne Rooney Annual, was aimed at the teenage market and edited by football journalist Chris Hunt.

In July 2006, Rooney's lawyers went to the United Nations' World Intellectual Property Organisation to gain ownership of the Internet domain names and, both of which Welsh actor Huw Marshall registered in 2002. Three months later, the WIPO awarded Rooney the rights to


Paul Stretford controversy-

In July 2002, while Rooney was with Everton, agent Paul Stretford encouraged Rooney and his parents to enter the player into an eight-year contract with Proactive Sports Management. However, Rooney was already with another representation firm at the time, while Stretford's transaction went unreported to the FA, and he was thus charged with improper conduct. Stretford alleged in his October 2004 trial that he had secretly recorded boxing promoter John Hyland (an associate of Rooney's first agent) and two other men threatening and attempting to blackmail him for an undisclosed percentage of Rooney's earnings.
Stretford's case collapsed due to evidence that conflicted with his insistence that he had not signed Rooney, and on 9 July 2008, he was found guilty of "making of false and/or misleading witness statements to police, and giving false and/or misleading testimony." In addition, the contract to which Stretford had signed Rooney was two years longer than the limit allowed by the FA. Stretford was fined £300,000 and banned from working as a football agent for eighteen months, a verdict he promptly appealed.

Stretford left Proactive in 2008 and took Rooney with him. Proactive later sued Rooney, claiming £4.3 million in withheld commissions. In July 2010, Proactive was awarded only £90,000 as restitution.

David Moyes-

On 1 September 2006, Everton manager David Moyes sued Rooney for libel after the tabloid newspaper The Daily Mail published excerpts from Rooney's 2006 autobiography that accused the manager of leaking Rooney's reasons for leaving the club to the press. The case was settled out of court for £500,000 on 3 June 2008, and Rooney apologized to Moyes for "false claims" he had made in the book regarding the matter.

Allegations of infidelity-

Rooney, reportedly slept with a prostitute, Jennifer Thompson. It is understood his lawyers tried to fight the allegations when they first surfaced in early August 2010. He was unable to prevent the publication of fresh allegations that he slept with a prostitute because he had previously spoken of his shame at paying for sex, it is understood. Details of Rooney’s alleged infidelities came to light on 5 September 2010 after the Manchester United forward decided not to pursue a super-injunction to suppress the allegations. They included claims that he slept with the prostitute while his wife Coleen was pregnant. Sir Alex Ferguson has suggested Wayne Rooney's form for Manchester United had suffered as he is struggling to cope with the intense media scrutiny surrounding his private life due to these allegations.

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