Pictures of Everton striker Wayne Rooney doing his 100 hours of community service following a drink driving ban have been released.
The former England star pleaded guilty to driving under the influence and was handed a driving ban for two years.
Not only that, the player was ordered to complete 100 hours of community service, something which he started this week.
The chosen venue for the forward was a garden centre for adults with learning difficulties near his Cheshire home.
The report states that Rooney has already completed two days of work which will equate to around 12 hours of his 100.
After the Everton man was sentenced last month, he explained he would look to “make amends through my community service.”
With that well underway, the scouse forward will be looking to go some way to making up for his actions in September.
— Neil Henderson (@hendopolis) October 6, 2017
Struggling for form
While Rooney will likely not be struggling too much on the work side of things, he is in his real job at Everton.
The forward has hardly hit the ground running back at his hometown club and has only scored three goals so far.
Not only is the Englishman struggling, the whole side is generally struggling to have an impact on the Premier League.
After a promising summer of spending, there were high expectations on Merseyside and a lot of positivity.
Now, it couldn’t get much more negative for the blues supporters with Ronald Koeman on the verge of being sacked.
Not even Wayne Rooney can save him now.
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There’s only one hope for Everton now and that is to spend well in the January transfer window.
In fact, the side are already lining up a move for a player who could solve some of their problems.