Maybe it’s the nightclub affair because of which he’s not focused, but while he’s at the heart of a media storm for reasons unrelated to football, Wayne Rooney grabbed headlines today (Tuesday) due to a bizarre incident that occurred yesterday during his team’s Derby County training session. It turns out that the coach was forced to participate in an internal game, during which he caused a serious injury to one of his players.

Rooney came into the game because he had only nine players at his disposal, including two goalkeepers, and during practice he greatly eased back contact Jason Knight, who injured his ankle and is expected to be out for two to three months. The 20.year.old Knight, a graduate of Derby County Academy, is considered one of the rising talents at the club and was even on the captains list last season.

It should be noted that the Championship team will not be able to purchase a replacement for the link, as this has been temporarily banned for financial reasons. At the same time, it may add instead of Knight players who will arrive on a free transfer or on loan.

Derby’s Jason Knight will be out for at least two months after a training ground tackle from his manager Wayne Rooney, according to JPercyTelegraph pic.twitter.com/ifAcZCwmAV

. B/R Football (brfootball) July 27, 2021



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