Wayne Rooney and Steven Gerrard are the big stars of England confront each other many times in the Merseyside derby and Liverpool when MU War. Their personalities are somewhat contradictory. If Rooney always proved very blood and fire and many times adhesive seal for alcohol addiction and the scandal with "prostitute", then Gerrard is the "serious man" with very few of the scandal.
Wayne Rooney is a former opponents accuse him regularly caught drinking like crazy at the bar
However, recently, Hugo Rodallega - players who played for Fulham and Wigan, an old rival of both Rooney and Gerrard in the Premier League has voiced "peel seal" habits dissipated stun of two legends this. In an online chat on Instagram Live with friends and a fellow Colombian player named Johan Arango, Rodallega revealed:
"If people know they've seen Rooney full time drinking like a madman or Steven Gerrard shirtless dancing in a bar. I think they are just human beings. Therefore, there is nothing wrong with that. Just few football players do not drink.
But the majority of us (international professional players) are going out night and drink recklessly. I always say that. I like to drink and dance. I also enjoyed the salsa. Nothing wrong with that. We are football players. We are human beings. "
Hugo Rodallega (pictured above) told friends compatriot Johan Arango the bad habits of Rooney and Gerrard
Gerrard gentle and less capital scandal Rodallega was often denounced dancing topless entertainers in bars
Hugo Rodallega each coat 2 in the English Premier League club Wigan and Fulham. Colombian striker bid farewell to England in 2015 to come to Turkey jacket akhisar Belediyespor.
For his part, Rooney had many infamous scandal involving drinking fad vices. Best striker in the history of Manchester United also had to go to court, suspended for two years and fined one year of community service for drunk driving.
Rooney currently still playing professionally when joined Derby County in Division One England. Gerrard also retired 4 years ago and is currently the coach of the Rangers - the front runners Scottish Premier League.