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2 Wayne rooney By Matthew torpey and Tom mcleish

3 Best footballer 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. footballerstrikerPremier League Manchester United England national team Rooney made his senior international debut in 2003. He played at UEFA Euro 2004 and scored four goals. He also briefly became the competition's youngest goalscorer. He is frequently selected for the England squad and also featured at the 2006 and 2010 World Cups. Rooney has won the England Player of the Year award twice, in 2008 and 2009. As of March 2011, he has won 70 international caps and scored 26 goals. [3]UEFA Euro 200420062010 World Cups England Player of the Yearcaps [3]

4 Everton youth Rooney began playing for Liverpool Schoolboys and until May 2010 he held the record of 72 goals scored in one season. [15] At age nine, Rooney played for Copplehouse boys' club in the local Walton and Kirkdale junior league and scored 99 goals in his final season before being spotted by Everton scout Bob Pendleton. [16] Rooney joined Everton at age nine, [17] and was the Everton mascot for the Merseyside derby against Liverpool as an 11-year-old. [18] In the 1995-96 season he scored 114 goals in 29 games for Everton's under-10s and 11s, [19] and by 15 years old he was playing for the under- 19s. [20] He scored eight goals in eight games during Everton's run to the FA Youth Cup final in 2002. [21] This included one goal in the final defeat against Aston Villa and upon scoring he revealed a T-shirt that read, "Once a Blue, always a Blue." [17] Rooney was included in the first team squad for their training camp in Austria in the summer of 2002 and scored his first senior goal in a 3-1 friendly victory over SC Weiz on 15 July. [20] [15]Everton [16] [17]Merseyside derbyLiverpool [18]Everton's under-10s and 11s [19] [20]FA Youth Cupfinal [21]Aston Villa [17] Austria SC Weiz [20]

5 2002 to 2004 2002 to 2004 Rooney was an unused substitute in Everton's 1-0 away win over Southampton in April 2002. [23] His senior debut came the following season on 17 August in a 2-2 home draw against Tottenham, [24] at this time he became the second youngest first-team player in Everton history behind Joe Royle. Southampton [23] Tottenham [24] Joe Royle

6 Move to man untied Rooney's agent snubbed a three-year, £12,000-a-week contract offer from Everton in August 2004, leaving Manchester United and Newcastle United to compete for his signature. Everton rejected a bid of £20 million from Newcastle, [48] and Manchester United ultimately won the bidding war with Rooney signing for them at the end of the month after a £25.6 million deal with Everton was reached. [ Newcastle United [48] [

7 First spotted Aged nine, 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, United have won the Premier League four times, the 2007–08 UEFA Champions League and two League Cups with Rooney in the team. He also holds two runner-up medals from both the Premier League and the Champions League. In 2009-10, Rooney was awarded the PFA Players' Player of the Year and the FWA Footballer of the Year. As of 2011, he is the third highest-paid footballer in the world, with an annual income of 20.7m (£18m) including sponsorship deals. [4]EvertonMerseyside2007–08 UEFA Champions LeagueLeague CupsPFA Players' Player of the YearFWA Footballer of the Year [4]

8 Early life Rooney was born in Croxteth, Liverpool to Thomas Wayne and Jeanette Marie Rooney (née Morrey). [5] He is of Irish descent [6][7] and was brought up Catholic in Croxteth [8][9] with younger brothers Graeme and John; [10][11][12] all three attended De La Salle School. [13] He grew up supporting his local club Everton; his childhood hero was Duncan Ferguson. [14] CroxtethLiverpool [5] Irish [6][7]Catholic [8][9] John [10][11][12]De La Salle School [13] EvertonDuncan Ferguson [14]

9 2005 to 2007 In September 2005, Rooney was sent off in a 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. [60] His first trophy with United came in the 2006 League Cup, [61] and he was also named man of the match after scoring twice in United's 4–0 win over Wigan Athletic in the final. [62] 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. [63] Rooney sustained a broken metatarsal in that game after a tackle made by Paulo Ferreira. [64] Rooney's goalscoring further improved in the 2005– 06 season, as he managed 16 goals in 36 Premier League games. [65]sent offVillarreal [60]2006 League Cup [61]man of the match Wigan Athleticthe final [62]Chelsea [63]metatarsalPaulo Ferreira [64]2005– 06 season [65]

10 2007 to 2009 In June 2007, Rooney was handed number 10, last worn by Ruud van Nistelrooy. [73][74] He fractured his left metatarsal in United's opening-day goalless draw against Reading on 12 August, [75] the same injury he had suffered to his right foot in 2004. [76] 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. [77] However, barely a month into his return, Rooney injured his ankle during a training session on 9 November, and missed an additional two weeks. [ Ruud van Nistelrooy [73][74]metatarsalReading [75] [76] [77] [

11 2009 to 2010 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. [87] 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. [88] 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 at least 100 goals for the club, when he found the net twice in a 5–0 away win at Wigan Athletic. [82009 Community Shield [87]2009–10 seasonBirmingham City [88] BurnleyTurf Moor [8

12 2010 to 2011 2010–11 season On 28 August 2010, Rooney scored his first goal of the season as he netted a penalty in a 3–0 home win over West Ham United. [106] In October, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson stated at a press conference that Rooney wanted to quit the club. [107] 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. [108] Rooney and his representatives released a statement regarding his decision to leave the club, insisting it is not down to money but ambition. [109] Following this statement, Rooney made a dramatic U-turn and agreed a new five-year contract at Manchester United until June 2015. [110]West Ham United [106] Sir Alex Ferguson [107] [108] [109] [110]

13 International carrier 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, [132] the same age at which he also became the youngest player to score an England goal. [133] Arsenal youngster Theo Walcott broke Rooney's appearance record by 36 days in May 2006. [134]EnglandAustralia [132] [133]Theo Walcott [134]

14 family Rooney's wife, Coleen, in October 2006Coleen Rooney met his wife, Coleen Rooney (née McLoughlin), while both were at secondary school. [153] 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." [154] 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.Coleen Rooney [153] prostitution [154]Just Enough Education to Perform Stereophonics

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