Wayne Rooney: England and Manchester United captain, the nation’s all-time leading goal-scorer and… wrestling entertainment superstar? Maybe not quite, but for a few seconds last night Roonamania ran wild at the Manchester Arena.
Wayne Rooney became England’s all-time top goalscorer last night, converting a penalty against Switzerland to register for the 50th time in internationals, moving past Sir Bobby Charlton’s 45-year-old benchmark.
While it’s still early days in the Premier League, Manchester United’s latest humiliation – a 5-3 defeat to Leicester City on Sunday – will send shockwaves throughout the squad
‘I believe in Wayne Rooney’: England boss Roy Hodgson backs Manchester United striker over Scholes criticism
England play their send-off friendly at Wembley against Peru tonight before heading to the World Cup in Brazil, a tournament where they need talisman Rooney to shine.
Chelsea boss gives Manchester United striker ultimatum
Tuesday Team Talk: Manchester United’s lack of activity in the transfer market is no cause for concern
MM’s Marios Papaloizou says let’s not forget why Manchester United won the title…
Striker recently had trial at Gigg Lane
Klay Anthony Rooney was born early this morning
Debate: Too late for Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini to switch to plan B and make Edin Dzeko his first-choice?
Injured Aguero could make room for big Bosnian.
Nemanja Vidic not fit for Manchester United comeback but Wayne Rooney gets nod for final Europe group tie
Reds skipper not rushed into return.
Debate: Rash Manchester United ace Wayne Rooney may be experienced but should he really captain England?
Manchester United striker does not have the cleanest history.