Complete name: Wayne Rooney
Jersey number: 9
Team: D.C. United
Height: 1.76 m
Market value: 10 Million €
Preferred foot: right
Preferred position: Translation Missing: En.Roles.Second Striker
Other positions: Attacking Midfielder, Centre Forward
Wayne Rooney is a D.C. United player, he plays as a translation missing: en.no key.
He likes to play as translation missing: en.roles.second striker, but he can also play as attacking midfielder or centre forward. His stronger foot is the right.
Wayne Rooney has the highest market value in his team, D.C. United, his market value is higher than the team average.
Wayne Rooney has more followers than the team average, he is the most followed player in his team, D.C. United.
Wayne Rooney on social media
Wayne Rooney facing multi-million pound bill over controversial tax avoidance scheme that has gone bust
EXCLUSIVE: The footie star, who is settling into a new home in the US following his move to MLS side DC United, used film investment partnership Invicta 43 to shelter a total investment of around £12.5million
Wayne Rooney breaks nose and needs five stitches after sickening clash of heads
The 32-year-old captained his new side to victory, on a night that left him needing five stitches
Wayne Rooney breaks nose and DC United duck with first MLS goal
• Rooney scored his first goal for his new club in 2-1 win • The striker required five stitches atfter the matchWayne Rooney enjoyed a night of ecstacy and agony as he scored his first goal for new club DC United in a 2-1 win over Colorado Rapids but later broke his nose.Captaining the MLS side in his third game for the club, Rooney opened the scoring when he latched onto a through ball and fired through the legs of his former Manchester United team-mate Tim Howard. It was his first goal for the American club after moving from Everton earlier in the summer. Continue reading...
Wayne Rooney scores first DC United goal in win over Colorado Rapids
Former England striker Wayne Rooney scores his first goal for DC United in a 2-1 win over Colorado Rapids in the MLS.
Wayne Rooney plans to build 'panic bunker' in grounds of £20m mansion after 2016 attempted burglary
The former England skipper is said to have submitted plans for an outbuilding that will house a CCTV monitoring room
Wayne Rooney on Everton, Man Utd, England and the MLS
Wayne Rooney talks to BBC Sport about his decision to leave Everton, Manchester United's title prospects, England's World Cup campaign and the MLS.
'Is he related to Mickey?': DC sports fans struggle to identify Wayne Rooney
A survey conducted at a Washington Nationals games showed the former England captain is not quite at Beckham levels of fame in his new homeThis started with a question about soccer in America. Or maybe it was really a question about fame. Now that Wayne Rooney, one of the world’s most-renowned soccer players, has signed with DC United, would Washington sports fans recognize him? When told who he was, would they know his name? Despite a boom over the past 25 years, soccer remains a fringe sport for many Americans. Around the world, photographers besiege Rooney; his face is splashed across magazine covers, television, the internet. He is accustomed to being mobbed. His arrival last week at Dulles Airport drew a throng of supporters. But those were passionate soccer fans. What about the rest of Washington, a city still celebrating the Stanley Cup championship of their hockey team, the Capitals, and a place where passions have always been highest for the local NFL franchise? How big is Rooney’s star in his new home? Continue reading...
Wayne Rooney signs for DC United: LA & New York are too hectic
Wayne Rooney's decision to sign for Washington D.C. United came down his feeling that LA and New York, like London, are "too hectic" to live in.
Washington DC mayor declares 2 July 'Wayne Rooney Day'
The mayor of Washington DC, Muriel Bowser, declares 2 July 'Wayne Rooney Day' following the striker's move to DC United from Everton.
Wayne Rooney dismisses 'unfair' World Cup question at DC United unveiling
Former England captain will watch Russia 2018 from the USForward says he hopes to restore fortunes of new team in MLSWayne Rooney insists he has not moved to DC United to wind down his career and that he retains the hunger required to succeed in Major League Soccer.The 32-year-old has signed a three-and-a-half-year contract to leave Everton and conclude a decorated career in England. He has, however, joined a struggling team widely considered the worst in MLS. Continue reading...
Wayne Rooney hints he was forced out of Everton as former England skipper is unveiled at DC United
The former England captain spoke to the media on Monday after agreeing a three-and-a-half year deal with the MLS club
David Moyes names the young ex-Manchester United star who had as much talent as Wayne Rooney and characteristics of Johan Cruyff
The Scot's spell at Old Trafford only lasted nine months as he guided the Red Devils from league winners to seventh
Wayne Rooney leaves England with his head held high and will enjoy American adventure, says Joe Royle
EXCLUSIVE: The former Toffees boss believes Rooney will enjoy his time in the US in a league that will suit him
Wayne Rooney to take driving test in US to dodge ban, say pals
The former England ace, 32, was banned for two years in September for drink-driving
Everton transfer news: Jermain Defoe makes transfer prediction after Wayne Rooney move
JERMAIN DEFOE thinks more big names will join the MLS after Wayne Rooney left Everton to move stateside.
Why Wayne Rooney is joining MLS's worst club, DC United
The former England captain will find himself at a faded North American superpower. But they hope he will be the face of their climb back to the topWayne Rooney made his first visit to Washington DC earlier this month. Had he picked up a newspaper he’d have been faced with images of sporting celebration in the city. The Washington Capitals’ victorious run to the Stanley Cup final captivated his new hometown, not always the most obvious of sporting hotbeds.ESPN analyst Michael Wilbon once called Washington a “minor league sports town,” but over 100,000 fans attended the Caps’ victory parade on 12 June. DC United, the team Rooney has signed a three-and-a-half-year contract with, haven’t registered in this way for a long time, if ever. Continue reading...
Wayne Rooney completes DC United move - and heads to Washington pub to watch England match hours later
England's all-time record goalscorer wasn't in the US capital long before he sought out somewhere to watch England take on Belgium
Farewell Wayne Rooney, who heads to Washington as a true England great | Andy Hunter
Former Everton, Manchester United and England striker is joining DC United and now faces the job of settling down in a US city and a long way from MerseysideWithout the fanfare that greeted his arrival as the most gifted English player in a generation, or the acrimony of his first Everton exit, Wayne Rooney has brought his 16-year Premier League career to a close. Even so, and even with all eyes on Gareth Southgate’s new breed in Russia, it is a career that does not slip away unheralded.Rooney, with Everton’s blessing and encouragement, flew to Washington on Thursday to finalise a three-and-a-half year contract with DC United. The deal will be formally completed when the MLS transfer window opens on 10 July – Everton will not receive a fee – and the 32-year-old is expected to make his debut for the Eastern Conference’s bottom club when they open their £300m Audi Field stadium against Vancouver Whitecaps four days later. His basic wage will be in the region of £75,000 a week, half the amount he received at Goodison Park, albeit with greater commercial opportunities available to soften the blow. It is a decision reached with careful consideration and some reluctance. Continue reading...
'I have the hunger': Wayne Rooney completes move to DC United
Club reaches agreement with Everton for permanent transferRooney says US move ‘fulfills another career ambition for me’Wayne Rooney’s dream return to boyhood club Everton is over after one season following the 32-year-old’s move to Major League Soccer side DC United. England’s record goalscorer rejoined the Toffees after 13 years at Manchester United, where he is also the all-time leading scorer, last summer but has left just 12 months later for a new challenge in the United States. Continue reading...
Wayne Rooney completes DC United transfer as former England captain quits Everton for MLS
Rooney has made the move to Major League Soccer just a year on from returning to his boyhood club
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