The England Forward player Wayne Rooney hopes that the 2014 FIFA World Cup will be his last international tournament in his football career and he therefore has to showcase the best of him.
He said that he must deliver to the expectations of his fans and supporters and is optimistic he won’t have excuses on this. In the 23 man squad for England selected by Roy Hodgson, Rooney is among the senior players who everyone will draw his attention to.
Rooney is expect to help his national team qualify for the next stage of the world cup. England is in group D which features Uruguay, Italy and Costa Rica all big teams which must be handled with much care. Rooney made his debut when he was only 18 in 2004 during the Euro championship.
He did secured a place into the squad that participated in the UEFA tournament. After that Wayne Rooney has been featured in major international tournaments but the injuries have been the worst setback in his football career.
They did cost him in the 2006 World Cup in Germany and the 2010 World Cup that was held in South Africa. His manager, Roy Hodgson hopes that the 2014 FIFA World Cup will go well with Rooney who has had a good training session for a week now in Portugal with the rest of his teammates.
Rooney said when he was interviewed that he is now ready for the tournament and to deliver as per the expectation of thousands of England fans. He said that he is much excited about the 2014 FIFA World Cup and is much fit for the summer event.
He further said that he will give and leave everything in the pitches at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. He adds that this is his prime time and come 2018 he won’t be able to deliver as much as he can do now.
Rooney is aged 28 thus age not being on his side. Rooney will be leading the youngstars that were selected by Hodgson to take England the best place it should be.