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Newly appointed England boss Gareth Southgate confirms that Wayne Rooney will remain captain after controversial boozing session

MailOnline Thursday, 1 December 2016
Newly appointed England boss Gareth Southgate confirms that Wayne Rooney will remain captain after controversial boozing sessionSAMI MOKBEL: Gareth Southgate has confirmed Wayne Rooney will keep the England armband following his early-hours boozing session during the previous international break.
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