Wayne Rooney's wife Coleen responds to Twitter abuse after praising England star

Wayne Rooney's wife Coleen receives Twitter abuse after posting a Father's Day message on behalf of her sons to the England forward.

Wayne Rooney's wife Coleen hit back at some of the abuse that she received on Twitter over the weekend after posting a Father's Day message to the England forward.

The Manchester United star played a role in Daniel Sturridge's goal against Italy in their World Cup Group D clash on Saturday, but was criticised for his overall performance after the match finished in 2-1 defeat in Manaus.

On Sunday, Coleen posted a message on behalf of her sons Kai and Klay, honouring Rooney on Father's Day. It read: "We love our daddy!! Happy Father's Day...We're so proud of you xxx"

After tweeting the post, the 28-year-old received numerous messages including, "shame he can't play football," and "what's there to be proud of?".

Coleen responded to a number of fellow Twitter users to defend her husband, who is preparing with his England teammates to face Uruguay on Thursday.




Manchester United footballer Wayne Rooney and his wife Coleen sit in the royal box to watch the men's singles final between Serbia's Novak Djokovic and Britain's Andy Murray on day thirteen of the 2013 Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament at the All
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