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Wayne Rooney lands new job as Manchester United legend set for hectic summer

Wayne Rooney has landed himself a new job for the summer as he prepares to share his weekly football views.

The former Manchester United forward has been recruited as a columnist for the Sunday Times during the European Championships, enabling him to share his thoughts on the Three Lions and other talking points from the tournament in Germany.

His first submission relates to his own experience competing at the Euros, looking back on his breakthrough tournament in 2004 and the extreme disappointment of 2016 after being knocked out by Iceland. Rooney will balance this with working as a pundit for the BBC during their coverage of Euro 2024, continuing a theme of media work for the ex-England after his recent appearances on Sky Sports towards the end of the season.

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The 38-year-old was also recently hired as a guest on Gary Neville's Overlap YouTube channel, featuring Roy Keane, Ian Wright, Jill Scott and Jamie Carragher. Such commitments will have to be balanced alongside the commitment of his coaching role at Plymouth Argyle, having been appointed as the new manager of the Championship club at the end of May.

This is Rooney's first role back in the dugout since being sacked by Birmingham City in January after only 15 games in charge. Prior to this, the ex-United striker held coaching roles at DC United and Derby County.

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