Wayne Rooney is the all-time leading scorer in both Manchester United and England history. He began his career at Everton, scoring 15 goals in 67 appearances between 2002-04.
After that, Rooney went to Old Trafford to play star role for 13 seasons. In 2017, he returned to Everton, scoring 10 goals in 31 appearances. The former Red Devils striker came to DC United to play before hanging up his boots at Derby County – the team where he started his career as a manager in 2020. After parting with Derby County, despite being linked with many Premier League teams but Rooney decided to return to the US to take over DC United. What he can do in MLS makes him considered one of the most potential coaches.
As for Frank Lampard, the Chelsea legend did not make much of an impression when leading the Stamford team. The former midfielder took over at The Toffees a year ago and helped the club stay relegated. However, Everton are in poor form recently and are currently only 1 point ahead of Nottingham Forest, the team in the relegation area.
Minh Tuan | 03:53 05/01/2023