Originally posted on Fox Soccer  |  Last updated 3/10/13
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has told Wayne Rooney to stop doing any promotional work for the Football Association. After Rooney was not selected for Tuesday's crucial UEFA Champions League clash with Real Madrid, speculation surrounding the England striker has been intense. Ferguson has since insisted there are no issues between him and Rooney, and has also hinted that a new deal is likely. The United boss then revealed that he has told Rooney to stop doing work for the FA when he is on England duty. "I keep telling him he's too trusting," Ferguson is quoted by the Sunday Express. "I told him, 'I don't know why you do things with the FA'. He does things every time he goes down there. He should not be doing anything with them. "They've not helped him one bit. Every time he does anything (wrong), they punish him more than anyone in the game. "He should be realising that. I wouldn't do a thing for the FA but they force him to do it."
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