Rio Ferdinand welcomes Javier Hernandez back to the Premier League

Rio Ferdinand spent the majority of his playing career in Old Trafford as a player of Manchester United. It was with the English outfit that Ferdinand was able to establish himself as one of the most highly-rated defenders in the sport.  The English retiree was a consistent starter in just about every single season and…

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FERDINAND AND CARRICK HAIL ROONEY

Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand is leading the tributes after Wayne Rooney agreed to a deal to join Everton this summer. The 31-year old finally decided the next move for his career as he sought for more playing time. Rooney fell in the pecking order at Old Trafford, a club he has played in for…

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Rio Ferdinand says that Mourinho should not offload millions in a striker

Jose Mourinho is experiencing some dilemmas in Manchester United as the head coach of the English Premier League club was initially attempting to bring the league title to Old Trafford but that dream is looking impossible at this point in time and now his new objective is to help Manchester United secure a qualification spot for the upcoming season of the UEFA Champions League.

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Rio Ferdinand reveals details about his Manchester United days with C.Ronaldo

The now retired Rio Ferdinand has recently unveiled information involving his time spent in Old Trafford back when he was a teammate of C.Ronaldo and the former defender stated that there was a certain point in the career of the Portuguese player where he went from being just a good player to one of the best in the world.

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FERDINAND IN SURPRISE MOVE TO WEST HAM

Rio Ferdinand could make a shocking return to his former club to help out in what has been a terrible season for West Ham United.


The 38-year old defender was with the Premier League outfit before his big money move to Old Trafford to play under Sir Alex Ferguson in 2002. Manchester United broke the world record for a defender, paying £18 million for the Hammers to release him.

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UNITED LEGEND STILL SURPRISED AT THE CLUB’S ACTION

Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has said that he is still surprised at the action of the club to allow its former striker Javier Hernandez leave.


The diminutive Mexico International was sold to German side Bayer Leverkusen for just £7.3 million in the summer of 2015. The striker has been in impressive from since his arrival at the Bundesliga club.

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Ferdinand Criticises Chelsea Defending in Arsenal Loss

Rio Ferdinand has heavily criticised the Chelsea defending in the recent 3-0 defeat against Arsenal.

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FERDINAND HAILS ROONEY AND IBRAHIMOVIC

Former Manchester United defender turn football Pundit Rio Ferdinand hailed the performances of England skipper Wayne Rooney and Red Devils’ summer signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic after their impressive display in the 3-1 win over Bournemouth in the first game of the Premier League under Jose Mourinho.

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NEVILLE SAYS ENGLAND IS GOING THROUGH A TRANSFORMATION AND HODGSON SHOULD STAY ON

Retired England international Gary Neville says the men’s national team is going through a transformation and he wants the Manager to stay on beyond the tournament in France.

Neville who is the assistant coach of the manager Roy Hodgson believes the tactician should remain at the helm of affairs no matter what happens at the tournament, where The Three Lions are among the favourites to lift the trophy.

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