WAYNE ROONEY looked proud as punch as he posed with his sons yesterday morning.
The Derby boss was wearing his full Rams tracksuit before heading off to his side’s clash with Birmingham City.
Sons Kit and Kai, however, had their own matches to get to.
Both were dressed head to toe in Manchester United kits as they play in Rooney’s old club’s academy.
Kai, 12, joined the Red Devils after snubbing other offers.
He made a name for himself in October, when he scored FOUR goals against rivals Liverpool.
The youngster has already bagged plenty of goals in United red.
He has been joined in the Red Devils’ academy set up this season by Cristiano Ronaldo’s son.
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Cristiano Jr, 11, followed his dad over from Juventus, although it’s unclear if he plays directly alongside Kai.
Kit, 6, may be involved with United’s very youngest age group.
Although this is so far also unclear.
As for dad Wayne, he saw his side grab a priceless late draw against Birmingham.
The Rams had found themselves 2-0 down before Luke Plange’s 87th minute effort.
Krystian Bielik then took the roof off Pride Park with an incredible 96th minute overhead kick that levelled matters with virtually the last action of the game.
The result saw Derby move to within seven points of safety with 18 games still to play in the Championship.
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