Rooney was less than impressed with some of the media’s questions.
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Wayne Rooney wearily flat-batted questions about the dismissal of Sam Allardyce and seemed unconcerned about the arrival of stand-in boss Gareth Southgate Tuesday as he discussed England's upcoming World Cup qualifiers.Gareth Southgate has been put in charge for the next four games, including Saturday's home match against Malta and the away game against Slovenia Tuesday.Rooney returned the compliment.Rooney, who once again looked as if he would rather be anywhere in the world than sitting at a podium facing the media, was clearly unimpressed about being asked what position he might take having bounced from forward to midfield in recent months.
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