Old Trafford WAG told to avoid letting the cat out of the bag…not literally.
Sir Alex Ferguson said he did not expect Rooney to be involved in at least two matches, which has implications for England’s game in Montenegro on Friday week. In the meantime it has been politely pointed out to Rooney it would be better for his wife, Coleen, not to furnish United’s opponents with advance team news. Rooney’s absence was no particular surprise to Stoke after she announced via Twitter on Friday night that they were at home watching a Beyoncé DVD. The rest of the United team were at their hotel.
Now this is assuming that Coleen Rooney can not be used as a decoy, perhaps before this weekend’s fixture she can tweet that she is out doing some Saturday shopping only for Norwich City boss Paul Lambert to then discover that the England man is in the starting line-up to face the Canaries!