Date: 20th June 2010 at 10:42am
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I`m not sure if Wayne Rooney awoke to realise the huge gaff he`d made or whether the spin-doctors had a word in his ear.

Whether it was the former or the latter is now irrelevant.

The nation is in crisis and Wednesday, against Slovenia, is our last hope, anything less than a win will see us knocked out, knocked out of a group that many thought would be laughably easy to get out of when the draw was made.

Therefore, we should read Wayne`s apology, digest it, accept it and move on.

Take it away Wayne,

“I am as passionate about the England team as anyone. Last night, on reflection, I said things in the heat of the moment that came out of frustration at both our performance and the result. The most important thing now is to regroup, be positive and work towards winning the game on Wednesday. To do this the players will need the support of the fans more than ever. For my part I apologise for any offence caused by my actions at the end of the game.”

Right, that`s the end of that, let`s all get behind the team and whoever Fabio Capello elects to enter the last chance saloon on Wednesday afternoon!

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