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Wayne Rooney Dubbed Bobby Charlton By Team-mates Because He's Going Bald

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Wayne Rooney’s team-mates have dubbed the striker Bobby Charlton – because he’s going bald just like the Manchester United legend.

 

Rooney is furious fellow players are mocking him because he is paranoid about losing his hair at only 22.

 

The striker’s tormentor-in-chief is handsome Cristiano Ronaldo, 23, who came up with the nickname.

 

Rooney’s other close friends Rio Ferdinand, 29, and Wes Brown, 28, have joined in the mickey-taking – pointing out they have full heads of hair despite being much older.

 

Rooney has been likened to United and England legend Charlton, who was famous for his comb-over hairstyle in the Sixties and Seventies.

 

His wife Coleen has reassured him it’s OK for a man to lose his hair and can even make him look more handsome.

 

But Rooney – yesterday in the Man U side that lost 2-1 to Liverpool – has taken the criticism to heart with club insiders even worried it has affected his playing.

 

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I can sympathize with the guy, my hair started to recede at about 21ish, but thankfully my friends were good about it.

 

On the plus side for him, he can afford the very best treatment, no problem.

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On the plus side for him, he can afford the very best treatment, no problem.

 

He can't, Finesteride is a banned substance for proffesional sportsmen.

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