Wayne Rooney slams his treatment over hotel wedding pictures as "disgraceful"
Nov 23 2016 by Marjorie Miles
Phelan said: "It's a case of that's the world we live in at the moment".
The most disgraceful aspect of all is that Rooney didn't even have the courtesy to issue a public apology for slipping on the bottle.
Wayne Rooney has gone into full defensive mode following at the end of a tough week for the Manchester United captain.
Guardiola also said he was relieved that his City players had returned unscathed from worldwide duty and hinted he might ring the changes for Saturday's Premier League clash at Crystal Palace. "If you go one by one, to see where these 23 players were, some of them were in worse places than the hotel bar", the manager said.
Former England assistant boss Gary Neville says "it's embarrassing" that Wayne Rooney apologised after he allegedly drunk at a hotel last weekend.
Rooney added "what's been going on is disgraceful", saying the treatment shows "a lack of respect" and that "enough is enough".
Fair enough. Maybe if England fans want a return to the good old days, or whatever, they should encourage England players to smoke and drink more. But it is the private life.
The Daily Mail quoted him as saying: "I haven't heard the story from the family whose wedding it was - I'd be interested in that because I'd be amazed if they didn't say it was fantastic he agreed to come in".
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"I have known Wayne since (he was) a boy - it hasn't affected his goalscoring, it hasn't affected his performances". But he saidEngland had a duty to "protect" the Manchester United player.
"He always felt he wanted to show what he could do".
An FA spokesperson said: "All England personnel have a responsibility to behave appropriately at all times".
"The players are adults. I know the players and manager have given all they've got for the last few games [Southgate] has been in charge".
"We've got a great leadership group within the team so we don't need to have curfews".
Mourinho also claimed that the English media doesn't give him the respect he deserves, having won three Premier League titles in the country, while looking ahead to facing his old rival Arsene Wenger once again.
"I've had teams that have set curfews".
"They have to do everything to be at their best for England".