Wayne Rooney retains England Player of the Year

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has been named as the England Player of the Year 2015′ after earning 37% of the votes from the fans.

Rooney once again claimed the title of the year after he broke yet another record in 2015 to retain the award.

The England and Red Devil’s captain scored five times in eight appearances last year, to break the England national team goal-scoring record which was previously by Bobby Charlton.

He surpassed the milestone by scoring his 50th international goal for England in September against Switzerland.

The Liverpool born striker also scored his 188th goal in the English Premier League goal over the weekend to become second highest goal scorer in the league, behind Alan Shearer who scored 260 goals.

Wayne Rooney have been in a poor form since the start of 2015/2016 campaign, which has seen the striker scoring less goals than expected and the fans and endangering his Euro 2016 chances as many other English strikers both young and old have some how struck a point.

Jamie Vardy, Harry Kane, Andy Carroll, Jermaine Defoe and so many other English strikers have been firing all cylinders in-front of goal with Jamie Vardy being top on the goal scoring Chat and scoring in a record eleven consecutive Premier League games breaking Ruud Van Nistelrooy’s record, but Rooney still managed to retain the award.

The England supporters club did a vote in various awards and Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney won the award with 37percent of the votes casted.

In the young player category, Stoke City shot stopper Jack Butland won the young player of the year with 54 percent of the votes, the young goalkeeper captained Gareth Southgate’s under-21 side to the European Championship finals in Czech Republic.