New England Captain officially named
After Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard announced his retirement from International football as England Captain, Manager Roy Hodgson has officially named his successor.
Taking the reins as new England Captain is Manchester United Ace Wayne Rooney.
The star, whose temper tantrums can often affect gameplay on and off the pitch was granted the job by the squad leaders yesterday.
Many believe Rooney was selected due to being ‘leftovers’ and having no-one else in line. Rooney was handed the role as ‘next in line’ as a loyalty package rather than a skill or PR image. Decisions such as this can often distort clarity to the legitimacy of the ‘beautiful game’ regarding fans, advertisers and national enthusiasts. Roy Hodgson clearly felt a public backlash and has hoped this will earn him some respect with fans after Roy rejected Rooney at the World Cup months ago as an upfront striker, something FalseFabs recognised as necessary to succeed.
Hodgson, who is fastly losing respect as an manager famously crashed out of the FIFA 2014 World Cup earlier this Summer in the preliminary stages of the competition.
With virtually none left to raise or hand rear as the next player/s to succeed (which is a damaging prospect for the game) and the squad a a team filled with empty roles and no star to ascend is not good. The team seem to remain continually stuck in the past, never capable of evolving into a modern and well rounded team filled with a score of players who can contribute to English football success. Should have given me the job. (I’m still available.)
The England Captaincy does not come without shambolic connotations. While many fans young and old see footballers as role models, all England Captain’s have been involved in some type of scandal in modern eras. Rooney was most famous for bedding prostitutes as a player, including an Old Aged Pensioner and recent Celebrity Big Brother winner Helen Wood who worked as a call girl.