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Coleen Rooney has KO’d Wayne’s plans to turn out to be a boxer after his stalled profession in soccer administration as a result of she does not wish to see her husband get battered within the ring. The retired England and Manchester United striker was not too long ago approached about participating in a struggle by social media struggle franchise Misfits.

But the 38-year-old dad-of-four final week revealed he was unlikely to be donning the gloves anytime quickly, and that call has actually happy mum-of-four Coleen, 37.

A supply advised the Sunday Express: “Coleen’s delighted he won’t be fighting. She never wanted him to do it. Wayne’s got all the gear at home and she doesn’t mind him training.

“She’s even used the punch bag herself a few times to work off some stress and tension.

“But the idea of seeing Wayne actually getting in the ring and potentially being smashed up and left hurt just had her really worried.

“She’d never tell Wayne what to do – but they discussed it and he decided it isn’t the right time.

“Wayne’s not ruling it out for good but at the moment he wants to work in football and focus on that.”

“He might have earned an absolute fortune by agreeing to struggle however it might have meant taking months off to coach and get himself into preventing form.

“And that will stop him from working and getting a job again in soccer administration, which is Wayne’s primary precedence.

Wayne, dad to Kai, 13, Klay, 10, Kit, seven and Cass, who has simply turned six this month, was quizzed about his struggle ambitions final week.

He was questioned when he appeared on the newest episode of sports activities present The Overlap which noticed him joined by Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Jill Scott and Jamie Carragher.

Former team-mate Neville requested: “Are you going to be a boxer? Are you going to fight?”

A smiling Rooney answered: “You never know. They’ve been in touch and asked a question.”

Wayne – who married Coleen in 2008 – also told the podcast how he almost took a law degree.

He admitted he was even suggesting questions his wife’s lawyers should ask during her Wagatha Christie court battle with Rebekah Vardy.

The former England captain has time on his hands and is out of work after being sacked by Birmingham last month.

He lasted just 15 games after winning just twice at St Andrew’s.

He’s been linked to a return to management in Saudi Arabia as he plots a path back to the dugout.

But our source said Coleen wasn’t at all keen on a move abroad.

“Coleen, Wayne and the boys are settled in England,” the supply added.

“Wayne has managed in the US before and lived out there on his own which was really hard.

“They managed but Coleen loves having Wayne home.. and Wayne is really keen to prove he’s got what it takes to be a top manager in England and his ambition remains to coach in the Premier League.”