Man Utd striker urges England fans not to jeer Terry

Terry will feature for England in the friendly against Egypt, his first game for the Three Lions following the Bridgegate affair.

Rooney said: “I hope they don’t boo John because I have played for England when some of our own players have been booed.

“It is not nice for the whole team, not just the player who’s been booed.”

Roo continued: “When the home fans boo the home players it doesn’t send the right message.

“Leading up to a World Cup you want the fans behind you and giving you their whole support. I think that will be really important so I hope he gets a good reception.

“Of course we are happy to have John around. He is a great player and, if we are going to win the World Cup, then we need John Terry. He is a big player for us.”