Wayne Rooney in the 'Together For England' campaign.aimed at regaining the trust of lost fans, could follow in the steps of Eden Hazard who did community service before the World Cup
As captain of England’s national football team, Man Utd skipper Wayne Rooney is taking the initiative to bring aggrieved English fans after a poor outing at the Wolrd Cup
According to former international Michael Owen, English fans have lost enthusiasm; faith and trust in the Three Lions and it will only take a spectacular performance at a major competition like the Euro 2016 to restore the lost hope
''I don’t think England fans will fully believe in their team until we do something at a major tournament.
''We qualify all the time (but) everyone, the fans, us, we have all lost belief,'' Owen said
Well, Rooney will not be the first and only player to wash domestic chores in exchange for the Fans’ support
Before the 2014 World Cup, Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard went into volunteered to wash dishes and do community service just so fans support them during the world cup
As reported on Daily Mail, the initiative is a Belgian one and is being considered in an attempt to improve England’s rapport with their supporters in the ‘Together For England’ campaign, aimed at regaining the trust of the English people.