It Has To Be Red Hot Rooney
Many people have expressed stern criticism of Wayne Rooney, for his hot headed on field behaviour. His tryst with disciplinary problems came to the fore when he was infamously sent off during the 2006 World Cup quarter-final game against Portugal. The striker was most recently sent off to take an early shower in the game against Fulham that United lost. The flag punching after being told to scamper off the pitch did no good to his image either.
However, former England captain David Beckham, has come to the rescue of the young striker. The midfielder has reportedly come out saying that the temperament of the forward is a part of his game, and any attempt made to cut down his fiery spirit could have a detrimental effect on his game.
Golden Balls quickly reiterated that at times the boiling pot does overflow, and made it clear that both the players in question knew and understood that such behaviour is not right.
Becks maintained that it would be very wrong to change the attitude of the Liverpool born striker, and said that he had no concerns with the fact that his poor disciplinary record may show again during the most prestigious competition. He did, however, say that Capello has kept discipline as one of his priorities, and that players would be expected to behave well on as well as off the pitch.