Wayne Rooney to pay “substantial” damages to Everton boss David Moyes
According to reports Wayne Rooney who is the England and Manchester United striker has to pay “substantial” damages to Everton boss David Moyes over the allegations in his autobiography. Wayne began his career with Everton and is said to have accused David of leaking a confidential conversation about his potential departure from the club which is something that David’s solicitor said amounted to an accusation of “a serious breach of trust” and was “wholly untrue”.
It’s reported that David was seeking to get around £300,000 in damages from Wayne, co-author Hunter Davies and publisher HarperCollins over the claims in the 2006 book Wayne Rooney – My Story So Far.
The verdict was announced during a brief hearing at the High Court in London. The true amount that David will actually be paid is undisclosed.
It’s said that after the Verdict David said that “I am glad that these issues have now been resolved and that my name has been fully cleared in this matter.”
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