Woman from Wayne Rooney drink-drive scandal reveals call from Coleen

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In a wide ranging interview, Rooney also spoke about the money young players are paid in modern football - and revealed and interesting technique used at Manchester United by his former manager, Sir Alex Ferguson. I've been there myself as well where Alex Ferguson has had a go at me. I've always watched football and studied it to try to see different things during the game, and I know a lot of players I've played with don't do that.

The former England captain called time on his global career in August, but Gareth Southgate had said there was a possibility he would invite Rooney to come out of retirement for the 2018 World Cup if England qualify.

"She asked me to tell her what happened", the publication quotes Laura as stating, adding: "She did say both of us were at fault".

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It's clear to see that "Wazza" has a awful amount of talking and explaining to do off the pitch, but on the turf Ronald Koeman will hope that he does not dwell on his personal matters in order to get the best out of the English record goal scorer, though he has a lot of time to do so on the sofa, evidently. If he stayed it would have got better.

'Everything, all of the small details, on and off the pitch were important.

Simpson is now reported to have spoken to Wayne's wife Coleen after she demanded an account of their night out and she's called for the footie star to be forgiven.

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Wayne Rooney's off-the-field misdemeanor was on the agenda after the former England captain was charged with drink-driving after he was stopped by police in the early hours of Friday morning.

The 31-year-old Rooney tells talkSPORT: "It's only really my eldest, Kai, who understands and he was made up".

He has been released on bail and will appear at Stockport magistrates' court on September 18, the day after returning to Old Trafford for the first time since re-joining Everton this summer.

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