Blame England, blame Rooney, and blame UEFA. Wayne Rooney's three-match ban that will see the striker miss all of England's Euro 2012 group games has been labelled "a huge blow" to the team by ex-striker Alan Shearer. "It's a huge blow. It's not only a huge blow to the team, to the fans and to football followers but to Wayne himself because he realises he's made a stupid error. I still think whoever replaces him in the team, England still should have enough to get through the three games without him," Shearer told BBC. Rooney hit out 24 hours after dad Wayne, 48, was arrested as part of a police probe into an alleged football betting scam. It seems an unlucky month for Manchester United's bad boy. Let's wait and see if tomorrow will be a lucky day for Rooney when Liverpool vs Manchester United at Anfield. You guys also shouldn't miss other two interesting Premier League games Chelsea vs Everton at Stamford Bridge and Manchester City vs Aston Villa at Etihad Stadium this Saturday.