Rio Ferdinand

Rio Ferdinand Tells Liverpool What To Do
Rio stops Luis the only way he knows how No matter who you ask, everyone has an opinion on the latest Luis Suarez drama. Although the Uruguayan denies biting Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini as La C... [Read More]
Liverpool should demand Suarez swap deal, says Ferdinand
The 35-year-old feels it would be a risk for Liverpool to keep the striker at Anfield but, if he was manager, he admitted he would still want him to remain at the club [Read More]
Rio Ferdinand sceptical of Sturridge-Suarez partnership
Despite scoring 14 goals between them in Liverpool's storming start to the Premier League season, the Manchester United defender feels that it is too early to praise them so much [Read More]
Six of the best Champions League ‘one-season wonders’
With the return of the Champions League group stage this week, fans across the globe are on tenterhooks in anticipation of seeing Europe’s finest sides back in action on the biggest stage. As th... [Read More]
Chelsea not Manchester United's biggest game, says Rio Ferdinand
With the champions set to welcome Jose Mourinho's charges to Old Trafford on Monday, the defender feels clashes with Manchester City and Liverpool are more important [Read More]
Rio Ferdinand puts playing Chelsea below Manchester City and Liverpool
• Manchester United play Chelsea at Old Trafford on Monday• 'I wouldn't say it was one of my favourites,' says defenderRio Ferdinand believes that Manchester United matches against Liverpool and Manch... [Read More]
Ferguson Hasn’t Left United in Great Shape
Despite leaving David Moyes with a squad full of newly crowned champions, and despite many pundits, analysts, players and Fergie himself saying otherwise, Sir Alex Ferguson hasn’t left Manchester Unit... [Read More]
Word on the Tweet: Crystal Palace claim their place in the Premier League
The Eagles beat Watford in the play-off final at Wembley to secure their top-flight status, and hordes of footballers took to Twitter to share their delight...and misery [Read More]
Word on the Tweet: Twitter waves goodbye to Sir Alex Ferguson and the Premier League's retiring stars
As well as saying a fond farewell to a whole host of retirees, the tweeters of the game have been reflecting on their seasons while already looking forward to next year [Read More]
De Gea, Bale & Suarez named in PFA Team of the Year
Four Manchester United stars are included, while Arsenal are the only team in the top six who have not had a player included in the side [Read More]

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