Following weeks of controversy and deliberations on whether Wayne Rooney should be replaced as the captain of England after caught drinking burukutu all night, the Manchester United player has hit back at the media for trying to write his obituary even though he is still standing on his two feet, drunk.
“It feels as if the media are trying to write my obituary and I won’t let that happen,” Rooney said.
“What has been going on is disgraceful. I’m proud to play for my country and I’m proud of my achievements. It’s not finished yet.”
“I think what’s been going on is disgraceful. It shows a lack of respect and I think enough is enough. That’s all I want to say.”
After saying this in an obvious rage rush, the Englishman staggered away from reporters possibly to another wedding where he might stay out all night to do that which he knows how to do best apart from sitting on the bench for both club and country.
This should be about the 1000th time Wayne Rooney is attacking the media, and we are beginning to think Wayne is doing this to justify his on-field position as an attacker. If you can’t attack defenders, why not just attack the media? Is any attack not attack?