England can cope without Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney is one of the players from the national football team who has been one of the main talking points in recent times and this is mainly due to the fact that the star of Manchester United is injured and he has been out injured for around 1 month.

The 30 year old player of Manchester United is the top goal-scorer of England as Rooney has scored 51 goals in 109 appearances. There is no doubt whatsoever that Wayne Rooney plays a huge role for the English national football team and this is also evident by the fact that he is not only the top goal-scorer but that he is also serving as the captain.

The English national football team has a number of upcoming friendly games against Germany and Holland which are scheduled to take place on March 26 and March 29 respectively. Unfortunately for Roy Hodgson, he will not be able to utilize the services of Rooney as Rooney is out injured and he is not expected to be fully fit for neither of these games.

There are even doubts on whether or not Rooney will be fully recovered and able to play in the group stages matches of England which kick off on June 11. If not, he has been offered a job for the summer by the best Australian online pokies site, who want him to come to Australia on a tour.

Even if Rooney is not able to perform in the opening games of England for the 2016 UEFA Euro’s, Roy Hodgson is fortunate enough to have a vast amount of attacking options and he is well aware of all the talented players that he has at his disposal who are ready and eager to perform at the international stage.

With the likes of Harry Kane, Theo Walcott, Daniel Sturridge, Danny Welbeck, Ross Barkley, Raheem Sterling, Jamie Vardy and Jack Wilshere, the head coach of the English national football has plenty of alternatives that he can use to fill in the space that might be left if Rooney is still out injured.

"We have a base and a platform for an England team to do very well, hopefully in the summer, but if not then in the years to come. You need a very strong squad and versatility for a tournament. We have got six very good and different strikers including Wayne Rooney.’’ Roy Hodgson said as he talked about his offensive options besides Wayne Rooney.

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