Roy Hodgson should drop Wayne Rooney

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Should this Man United ace start against Uruguay?

Date: 16th June 2014 at 9:31am
Written by Chris Knight

Despite putting in the cross for Daniel Sturridge's 37th minute equaliser, Wayne Rooney's performance against Italy has come under intense scrutiny in the aftermath of the defeat. Out on the left, the Manchester United forward struggled to influence the game and was more often than not on the periphery of England's attacks. With Raheem Sterling shining in the number ten role behind club colleague Sturridge, there is no reason to suggest that Rooney will be reclaiming his preferred position anytime soon. The 19 ... Read More

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  • righty55
    6 months ago

    No way should he start, not performed for England for too many games. I honestly think we will be a much better team without him, we have so many creative players to pick from who will offer so much more.

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  • righty55
    6 months ago

    No way should he start, not performed for England for too many games. I honestly think we will be a much better team without him, we have so many creative players to pick from who will offer so much more.

    Reply
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