Rooney de­fends his ‘cel­e­bra­tions’

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WAYNE ROONEY has de­fended his postS­cot­land match cel­e­bra­tions – as more pho­tos of him look­ing soz­zled emerge. The Manch­ester United and Eng­land cap­tain joined a pri­vate wed­ding party at the Grove Ho­tel, Wat­ford, on Satur­day night. Guests claimed the 31-year-old was “re­ally s***-faced” – as more pic­tures of him with wines­tained lips and half-closed eyes do the rounds. But Rooney’s spokesman has claimed the images are a sign of his “good na­ture”. Rooney (car­i­ca­ture) was pic­tured re­lax­ing with a range of beau­ties at the plush ho­tel. In an­other snap, the dad-of-three looks like he can hardly keep his eyes open. His team said he was a good boy for not hit­ting the town – and slammed the wed­ding guests for sell­ing their pic­tures to the tabloids. A spokesman said: “Wayne, along with the rest of the Eng­land squad, was on a night off duty. “Rather than go­ing out, he chose to stay at the team ho­tel to re­lax and cel­e­brate a fine Eng­land vic­tory against Scot­land. “Dur­ing the course of the evening he was ap­proached by nu­mer­ous fel­low guests for au­to­graphs and pic­tures. “As he has al­ways been, Wayne was happy to sign, pose for pho­tos and chat with guests. “It is sad that one or two of them have now sought to turn Wayne’s friendly good na­ture to their ad­van­tage.” – Daily Star

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