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Monday, September 5, 2016

Captain Rooney, Winning His 116th Cap, Played Largely In A Deep Midfield Role.


Sam Allardyce says it is "not for me to say where to play
Wayne Rooney" after his England reign started with a
narrow World Cup qualifying win in Slovakia.
England struggled to break 10-man Slovakia's resistance
before Adam Lallana secured a 1-0 victory seconds from
the final whistle.
Captain Rooney, winning his 116th cap, played largely in a
deep midfield role.
"Wayne played wherever he wanted to. I can't stop Wayne
playing there," said Allardyce.

Rooney, 30, is now his country's most capped outfield
player and is just nine more appearances away from
equalling Peter Shilton's record of 125 England
appearances.
Allardyce added: "I think that he holds a lot more experience
at international football than me as an international
manager.
"Using his experience with a team, and playing as a team
member, it's not for me to say where he's going to play.
"It's up to me to ask whether he's doing well in that position,
and contributing.
"I must admit, he did play a little deeper than I thought he'd
play today, but I was pleased with his performance
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