Friday, 1 September 2017

Everton striker Wayne Rooney charged by police for drink-driving

Former Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has been charge with drink-driving  after Police stopped him on the way on Friday morning.

Wayne Rooney was taken into the Police custody, after the Cheshire Police stopped him in a black VW Beetle on Altrincham Road, Wilmslow.

The Everton striker has been release on bail and is due to appear in Stockport Magistrates' Court later this month.

Wayne Rooney makes a sensational return to his boyhood club Everton, 13 years after he left the Blue Mersyside to join the Red Devils in 2004.

Rooney is due to appear in Stockport Magistates' Court on Monday, September 18, which is just a day after Manchester play Everton in the Premier League.

Wayne Rooney who is England all-time record scorer, announced his retirement from International football so as to focus on his Everton career.

Rooney is the not only the England all-time scorer but also Manchester United all-time record scorer after smashing Sir Bobby Charlton record.

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