LONDON: Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney can be one of the outstanding talents of this year’s World Cup in Brazil, according to England manager Roy Hodgson. It will be Rooney’s fifth major tournament, but in two previous World Cups he has ... Himalayan times, 2 months ago
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England's footballers at the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Brazil are likely to grab the headlines more for the presence of their wives and girlfriends rather than their on-field performances. Team manager Roy Hodgson has said the WAGs will be welcome at the June 12-July 13 tournament, adding it is for the players to decide whether they bring them along or not. Last time round, in South Africa, the players' wives and girlfriends were given only limited visiting rights. Hodgson's predecessor Fabio ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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