During a recent blogger session with the good people from Tiger Beer at Beer Market in Clark Quay, I was given the first hand exposure to and their involvement with Wayne Rooney.
I was more excited about the chance to win a trip to check out Manchester than to kick about with Wayne Mark Rooney or dine and share a beer with him. Okay, I actually don’t mind visiting the Old Trafford Stadum and experience a Manchester United league match at the Theatre of Dreams.
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The top 6 most active guys will get autographed merchandise from Wayne Rooney and Tiger Beer will throw a party for us. That’s if I get selected!
So for those of you out there who’s as clueless as I am about Football or Wayne Rooney, I did a search in Google about this football personality. (More details from Wikipedia)
- Date of Birth: 24 October 1985.
- Joined Everton youth team at age 10.
- Played professsional football in 2002
- Made his England debut in 2003 at UEFA Euro 2004
- Spent 2 seasons at the Merseyside club before moving to Manchester United for £25.6 million in the 2004 summer transfer window. Striker for Premier League Manchester United and the England Team
- featured at the 2006 FIFA World Cup and the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
- Won Premier League 3 times: 2007–08 UEFA Champions League and 2 League Cups
- Awarded PFA Players’ Player of the Year and the FWA Footballer of the Year in 2009–10
- Has won 65 international caps and scored 25 goals since August 2010
More personal information on Wayne Rooney can be found on
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If you are in Manchester in October be sure to check out the Machester Weekender
The Manchester Weekender
Forty-eight hours of some of the most unusual cultural experiences you’ll find anywhere in the UK
The Manchester Weekender, 1-3 October 2010.
An autumn visit to Manchester is always a safe bet: decent weather, nightlife in full swing, galleries opening new blockbusters and more festivals than you can shake a VIP pass at (science, food and drink, literature, music, comedy) – it all adds up to a good time.
But this autumn looks set to be better than ever thanks to The Manchester Weekender, a long weekend in October that wraps up the best of the city’s culture into one unforgettable weekend.
With everyone from Un-convention totaking part, the Weekender features interactive art, bicycle tours, boat parties, street dance, the future of urban music, digital-classical musical fusions, America’s hottest novelist, performance art, midnight film screenings, three-course meals, the world’s best known visual artists, festival launches and much more.
The full programme launches on 6 September onor you can
- Wayne Rooney Doomed to Failure After Three-Quarters Of a Football Match (bleacherreport.com)