Wayne Rooney's controversial return to the English team is described in a 40-page FA communications document that is at the center of the confusion surrounding his appearance against the US next week.
Yesterday the situation had fallen into the farce, as the claim and the counter-representation about what the former English captain role in Wembley would play tomorrow morning.
Sports mail The initial plans to make Rooney a more central figure in the game have led the FA to riots in the English locker room due to fears that concerns might exist.
Wayne Rooney's controversial return to England has fallen into the farce
A 40-page FA communication document is at the center of Rooney's confusion
It is the moment when Spain unveils plans for Manchester City retired midfielder David Silva to say goodbye to a farewell show. He will kick start his game with Bosnia at Las Palmas on Sunday in his lawsuit before dropping the field.
There are many who would feel that Rooney was the right ending, and not the excitement surrounding his recall.
Instead, Rooney, who will win his 120th international match against the USA, was controversial. FA officials have been in a panic since news leaked out to give England's record scorer a farewell match more than a year after resigning from international football.
On Tuesday, they retreated quickly to reject the reports that Rooney could receive jersey No. 10, which he wore during his term as English captain, and there was also a rejection of the claim that the 33-year-old, Now playing for DC United in MLS, The game is expected to begin and Skipper Gareth Southgate's team will start.
FA officials had been in a panic since the news leaked out to give Rooney a farewell match
Gareth Southgate needs to be clear when he names his squad on Wednesday
There seemed to be some confusion, perhaps because of the way the communication document on Rooney's one-game England comeback was interpreted by his camp.
They seemed to have the impression that he would start and get the armband, with the FA's own social media communication – essentially many pictures of Rooney in his jersey # 10 or jersey # 10 itself – which The view reinforces he would receive a complete treatment with the red carpet.
ENGLAND'S RECORD GOALSCORERS
Wayne Rooney – 53 goals
Bobby Charlton – 49 goals
Gary Lineker – 48 goals
Jimmy Greaves – 44 goals
Michael Owen – 40 goals
Even within the FA, it seemed to be a suggestion that Southgate might perhaps give him shirt # 10, which the star of the impressive victory over Spain in Seville last month, Raheem Sterling, most often wears.
But on Tuesday, insiders insisted that shirt # 10, the captain, and the idea of launching had not even been seriously discussed since they were dismissed the moment they were proposed (presumably from camp Rooney).
Sports mail The Association is aware that the withdrawal of the No. 10 from Sterling could be a problem if some Southgate players are a little confused about the decision to choose Rooney when he essentially rejected the English coach two years ago has been.
After all, it was only in August that Southgate said it had become too easy to get into the squad, with the clear message that he intended to make it harder. That said, Kyle Walker did not object when asked on Tuesday.
"It's good," he said. "Wayne was from there when I was 20. He helped me through my entire English career, and I think it's the parting he deserves for what he did for English football and England . "
It is known that initial plans to make Rooney a central figure in the game were aborted
On Tuesday night, the whole situation had fallen into a farce, and Southgate had the task of clarifying when he announced his team in Wembley on Wednesday.
One question he will ask himself is what has caused him to agree with an idea that originally seemed to come from Rooney's agent Paul Stretford, given how doubtful an issue is.
On Tuesday, FA representatives even had to clarify why the Rooney Foundation, which was chosen as the official charity for the game, would not receive the £ 3m that a nonprofit organization like FA expects to sell tickets.
An FA spokesman said, "The FA is a nonprofit organization that invests millions of pounds annually in the grassroots game. The proceeds from England against the USA will go back to the English game.
"To honor Wayne Rooney and his record-breaking career in the UK, we will also be earning money for the Wayne Rooney Foundation through a series of fund-raising activities around the game."
These initiatives include jerseys to be signed by the squad and donated to the Foundation, a chance for fans to donate when buying a match ticket, bucket collection around the stadium, pledging cards and silent auctions in public areas, a text that provides donations through BT and a gala dinner at Wembley in 2019.