May 20, 2024

Wayne Rooney receives FA warning for incident involving John Terry 16 years ago

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Wayne Rooney has received an FA warning for the incident involving John Terry, 16 years ago.

Wayne Rooney has been issued a warning by the Football Association (FA) for an incident in 2006 involving John Terry and Chelsea.

The FA has issued Wayne Rooney with a warning for an incident during Manchester United’s 2006 match against Chelsea.

The United veteran confessed he changed his studs to ‘long mental ones’ for the Reds’ encounter at Chelsea in April 2006 with the intention of ‘hurting someone’ at Stamford Bridge, ahead of the release of the ‘Rooney’ documentary on Amazon.

Rooney admitted that he ‘went looking’ for John Terry, who has lately made light of the incident.

Despite the fact that there is no animosity between Rooney and Terry and that the event occurred 16 years ago, the FA has spoken to Rooney and issued him a warning on his future behavior as manager of Championship Derby County.

Wayne Rooney response

Rooney discussed his talks with England’s football regulatory body before of Derby’s meeting this weekend.

“I, obviously, gave my response to the FA, they’ve given me a warning and that’s it,” Rooney said.

“The matter’s been put to bed so we can move on from that.

“It is what it is. The FA…it was obviously reported, and they’ve had to look into it.

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