Jose Mourinho suggests Wayne Rooney could have been looked after more by England

2.27pm Friday 18th November 2016

Jose Mourinho believes the Football Association should have looked after Wayne Rooney better, with the Manchester United manager suggesting his captain's late-night antics were tamer than some other England players.

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