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Wayne Rooney : On Ronaldo | Hair transplant | beard
Rooney made his senior international debut for England in February 2003, aged 17, and is England’s youngest-ever goalscorer.
He played at UEFA Euro 2004 and scored four goals, briefly becoming the youngest goalscorer in the history of the European Championship.
Rooney later featured at the 2006, 2010 and 2014 World Cups, and was widely regarded as his country’s best player.
He has won the England Player of the Year award four times, in 2008, 2009, 2014, and 2015.
With 53 goals in 120 international caps, Rooney is England’s second-most-capped player (behind Peter Shilton) and all-time record goalscorer.
Wayne rooney on Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo has been embroiled in controversies over his tiff with the management of football club Machester United, for quite some time now.
The star footballer had recently given an interview to British broadcaster Piers Morgan where he had criticised some of the former players of the game, including Wayne Rooney.
Ronaldo had accused Rooney of being jealous over his achievements and continuity as a player despite being of the same age, pointing to the fact that both footballers were 37 years in age.
“Probably, because he finished his career in his 30s. I’m still playing at a high level, I’m not going to say that I’m looking better than him, which is true,” Ronaldo had said on Rooney.
The former teammate, Rooney has reacted to Ronaldo’s comments about him. He retorted that Ronaldo was not able to deal with the fact that he was 37 and not the centre figure at Manchester United.
“He’s done a interview and it’s gone global. It’s strange… some of the comments are strange but I’m sure Machester United will deal with it once they see the full interview and take whatever action they need to take,” the former Manchester United player concluded.
Meanwhile Ronaldo has reached Qatar to participate in the FIFA World Cup. The 37-year-old had indicated that this tournament might be his last World Cup.
“It’s difficult to tell right now, it’s because, we, my mood is right now at the World Cup. It’s probably my last World Cup, of course, my fifth World Cup. I don’t know what’s gonna happen after the World Cup, but as I told you before, and I will say again, the fans will be always in my heart,” Ronaldo said.
Wayne rooney hair transplant
On July 4, in the year of our lord 2011, Wayne Rooney tweeted an announcement declaring that he had undergone a hair transplant procedure and since that moment, the world has never been the same.
Little did Rooney know that him having a dead person’s hair injected into his scalp (OK, we’ll hold our hands up; we’re not 100 percent sure on how the procedure is conducted) had already changed the face of football forever.
We’re not going to claim that the hair transplants had anything to do with Robin Van Persie keeping Rooney out of the Manchester United first team—which led to Rooney wanting to leave United; Chelsea making a bid; then a publicity war breaking out between United and Chelsea, with United claiming Chelsea had offered £10million plus Juan Mata or David Luiz for Rooney; and then Chelsea denying it by saying it was a cash-only bid and no players were discussed.
Rooney’s 2011 hair transplant changed football for this reason: the decision to go under the knife is a big one. And not just down to the £15,000 cost because, let’s face it, to a man of Rooney’s wealth, £15,000 is worth to him what four slices of cucumber picked off of a sandwich and thrown onto the street is worth to you.
The reason it is such a big decision is the operation typically takes up to a day (we have since looked into it, we can also confirm corpse hair is not used). No matter how much money you earn, no one wants a whole day of surgery on your head.
The week before Rooney had his transplant, Manchester United played Barcelona in the 2011 Champions League final to Barcelona.
Wayne Rooney has been mocked by fans for suddenly sprouting a bushy beard over three days, with some even claiming it has been dyed.
The former Manchester United legend was seen on Monday with a fading ginger beard speckled with tufts of grey hair.
However, by the time the 34-year-old took to the pitch for his first game with Derby County on Thursday, it had been miraculously transformed into a thick, bushy, dark, veritable ‘hedge’ of facial hair.
Football fans took to Twitter to share their amusement, sharing theories that the ex-DC United player may have had a third hair transplant, following procedures in 2011 and 2013.
Despite the alleged new set of facial hairs, Rooney had a fine debut as he set up a goal in a 2 – 1 win against Barnsley in their first match of 2020.
Taking to social media to share their surprise, one fan wrote: ‘I’m convinced Rooney’s dyed his beard, it’s never been that dark?’
A second said: ‘No way has Rooney had a beard transplant?’
And a third wrote: ‘Never seen anyone who should suit a beard to not suit a beard as much as Wayne Rooney.’
Other fans tweeted that Rooney had ‘blatantly‘ applied some extra colouration to his beard, and one even asked: ‘Why is Rooney wearing a fake beard?’