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WAY TO GO WAYNE! CONGRATULATIONS ON HAVING THE BALLS TO ANNOUNCE HAIR TRANSPLANT ON TWITTER #HAIRWEGO
Wayne Rooney deserves enormous credit for announcing to his 740,000 followers on Twitter that he has had a hair transplant.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with having the treatment and I can personally vouch for the latest direct hair implantation technique because I have had it myself – and the results are miraculous.
By going public Rooney has shown he is a real man with balls. And he has single-handedly done a great service to all those men – and women – out there suffering from hair loss who want to do something about it.
Two years ago I started filming a documentary ‘The Bald Truth: Back To My Roots’ because I wanted to expose the myths and find out the truth about hair loss
There are many celebrities and sports stars out there who have had the treatment but are too shy to talk about it.
We all saw Ryan Giggs being photographed coming out of a clinic. And does anyone doubt that David Beckham has had a hair transplant?
Not to mention half of Hollywood and many of the most famous men on the planet.
Many congratulations Wayne Rooney and we wish you a great result. As you said yourself on Twitter what do you have to lose?
For those who missed Rooney’s tweets here they are: “Just to confirm to all my followers I have had a hair transplant. I was going bald at 25 why not. I’m delighted with the result.
“It’s still a bit bruised and swollen when it dies down u will be first to see it. Anyone recommend any good hair gel. Haha.”
Rooney has receiver morale support from thousands of well-wishers on twitter, including a message from his wife Colleen who said: “Hiya!! Yes Wayne’s had his hair done! His own decision not me asking him, like a lot are saying!! Pleased for him and it will look great.”
Meanwhile, Manchester United and England teammate Rio Ferdinand joked: “Just don’t go down the wearing a alice band route!! You’ll be doing head&shoulders adverts soon! Hope its gone OK Good luck lad.”
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Whatever the fall out over the FIFA corruption claims do not be fooled into thinking England has any right to stage the 2018 World Cup – Russia deserved to win the vote and our team got it hopelessly wrong.
For former FA and England 2018 chairman Lord Triesman to allege that four FIFA executive members asked for favours in exchange for World Cup votes – including one who wanted a knighthood – is just sour grapes. Remember we only got two votes anyway.
The real issue is why on earth did FIFA award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar? Now that is a questionable decision on so many levels that really does stink of corruption.
Qatar is a tiny country with no recognisable soccer history. Mega-rich. But ill-equipped to stage a World Cup. It’s one existing international airport will need to triple in size. Nine stadiums need to be built, and the proposed host city of Lusail doesn’t even exist yet.
Then there’s that whole concept of solar-powered, carbon-neutral air-conditioning system for the stadiums to combat the 115-degree heat during a typical Qatari summer afternoon.
Not to mention the fact that visitors carrying an Israeli passport are not currently allowed in Qatar, homosexuality is illegal, single women under the age of 35 are typically required to have a male escort to enter the country and all women are forbidden to wear shorts and skirts.
As one tweeter observed when the controversial decision was made: “If FIFA really wanted to change the world through soccer, they would have awarded Qatar the Women’s World Cup.”
FIFA president Sepp Blatter insists that a first World Cup in the Middle East will continue the organization’s commitment to “open this game to everybody and open it to all cultures.” Yes that is an admirable philosophy.
But it is hardly surprising to learn that Qatar’s controversial success in taking the 2022 World Cup to the desert was propelled by millions of dollars in bribes, according to previously unpublished conversations key figures connected with FIFA held with undercover reporters.
In evidence published on Tuesday under parliamentary privilege by the select committee on football governance, the Sunday Times alleges that Michel Zen-Ruffinen, a former secretary general of FIFA, introduced the reporters to Amadou Diallo, a member of the Confederatio of African Football. Zen-Ruffinen is said to have claimed that Qatar was “using Diallo to arrange financial deals with the African [Fifa executive committee] members in exchange for World Cup votes”.
On Tuesday night the Qatar Football Association issued a statement in which they said they “categorically deny” the allegations. But this is not the last we will hear on this subject.
UPDATE: 27 May 2011 – FIFA has opened ethics proceedings against its president, Sepp Blatter
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WHY DO THE PUBLIC CARE ABOUT FOOTBALLERS BEHAVING BADLY BEHIND CLOSED DOORS? THE HYPOCRITICAL MEDIA ARE NOTHING MORE THAN PIMPS ENCOURAGING PROSTITUTION
There is no defence for famous footballers or any other sportsman cheating on their wives and girlfriends – but what do you expect to happen when predatory wannabe wags hunt down their prey when they are playing away from home and promise no strings attached sex.
I am sorry but this is blatant prostitution – only worse. The girls dress provocatively and will do anything to bed their idols, invariably promising not to kiss and tell. But it always ends in tears and the guys only realise the true cost when the media magnify their mistakes and take the side of the spurned hussy with unrelenting headlines and huge lashings of spin.
The media love nothing better than the chance to destroy the reputation of someone famous. The bigger they are the greater the prize. And the more money to be made by the media and the jilted lover who always says her “heart is broken” and she never intended to bed a married man or ruin his life.
The media love to play the freedom of speech card when they criticise the legal system that allows famous people to hide behind super injunctions that protect their identity. But why do we need to read about everyone’s private life purely to feed the public’s insatiable desire for gossip and scandal.
If we really cared about the wife or girlfriend who has been allegedly let down by their partner, we definitely would not want it to be all over the media. Public humiliation is even more upsetting than whatever has or hasn’t gone on behind closed doors.
The only winners are the media – who make vast sums out of pedaling these stories – and the prostitutes and their pimps who feed the media machine with the ammunition in the first place.
There are exceptions to the rule of course. When John Terry had an affair with Wayne Bridge’s ex-girlfriend it crossed the line because it affected the team and undermined England’s preparation for the 2010 World Cup. We all had a right to know what was going on then. But do we really need to know who the married Premier League footballer is who had a fling with someone whose biggest achievement in life was appearing on Big Brother? That last sentence tells you all you need to know about this so-called fragile woman.
The media are no different than the pimps who peddle these stories and are hypocritically enabling a world of prostitution where famous sportsmen are considered fair game whatever the consequences.
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