Wayne Rooney Reveals Why His Father Slapped Him As A Kid
Manchester United legend and current Derby County Boss Wayne Rooney has lift the lid on why his father slapped him when he was a teenager.
The Three Lions of England record scorer made this revelation during an upcoming Amazon Prime documentary as he detailed what his childhood was like.
Speaking on the Amazon Prime documentary, the former Everton and Manchester United player said:
“I grew up in Croxteth. If you’re from there, you don’t think it’s a violent place. Information Guide Nigeria
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“I’ve had full on arguments with my dad and he’d give me a slap.
“I wasn’t the nicest kid. I had a lot of fights when I was younger.”
He is currently the manager of Championship side Derby County. JAMB Result
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