Manchester United And England 's National Football Team

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The prolific goal scorer Wayne Rooney plays and captains both Manchester United and England’s National Football team. Rooney made his debut for Everton before moving to Manchester United. The striker has so far scored 237 goals during his professional career for Everton, Manchester United and England. He has been the focal point behind his club and country’s success in the recent past, helping them to numerous wins and titles. Rooney supports different charities including SOS Children’s villages, Willow Foundation and UNICEF. He was given the nickname of “White Pele” by his ex-manager Sir Alex Ferguson for his great goal scoring ability. Something that he will cherish for the rest of his life. Early Life Rooney was born on 24th October 1985 in Croxteth, United Kingdom to Jeanette Marie and Thomas Wayne Rooney. He grew up supporting Everton and joined the Everton youth team at the age of 9 after he caught the attention of Everton’s scout as he scored 99 goals for a local club when he was only 9. He made his professional debut for Everton as well. He has two younger brothers named Gr...

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