Rio Ferdinand  Player Profile

Rio Ferdinand

Rio Ferdinand - Football

Country : EnglandClub : Manchester United
Birthday : 07/11/1978Position : Defence
Location : London 
Height : 1.88 m 
Weight : 88 kg 

 

Honours from Rio Ferdinand

Champions League 2008 (Manchester United)
Club World Cup 2008 (Manchester United)
Club World Cup 2009 (Manchester United)
Community Shield 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013 (Manchester United)
FA Cup 2004 (Manchester United)
League Cup 2006, 2009, 2010 (Manchester United)
Premier League 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013 (Manchester United)

Statistics in club of Rio Ferdinand

Season 2013-2014
Matches played: 11
Starts: 9
 Minutes played: 858'   (78'/match)
 Goal(s):
 Yellow card:
 Red card:

 

Previous club(s) of Rio Ferdinand

  National Ch.Champions LeagueEuropa League
SeasonClub M. Goals M. Goals M. Goals
2013-2014Manchester United117
2012-2013Manchester United2814
2011-2012Manchester United3042
2010-2011Manchester United197
2009-2010Manchester United136
2008-2009Manchester United2411
2007-2008Manchester United322111
2006-2007Manchester United3319
2005-2006Manchester United3738
2004-2005Manchester United305
2003-2004Manchester United206

Rio Ferdinand on Eurosport

REFILE-Youth gives tired United a facelift - 08/03/2014 - Football

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Youth gives tired United a facelift - 08/03/2014 - Football

The introduction of a youthful centre-back pair in Manchester United's 3-0 win at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday was an indication of David Moyes' plans

Youth gives tired United a facelift - 08/03/2014 - Football

The introduction of a youthful centre-back pair in Manchester United's 3-0 win at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday was an indication of David Moyes' plans

Youth gives tired United a facelift - 08/03/2014 - Football

The introduction of a youthful centre-back pair in Manchester United's 3-0 win at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday was an indication of David Moyes' plans

Youth gives tired United a facelift - 08/03/2014 - Football

The introduction of a youthful centre-back pair in Manchester United's 3-0 win at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday was an indication of David Moyes' plans

Hodgson hopes to avoid injury curse

Hodgson hopes to avoid injury curse - 06/03/2014 - Football - World Cup

Roy Hodgson will cross his fingers over the next two months in the hope that he does not become the latest manager to be struck by the World Cup injury curse.

Ince rejects Campbell 'racism' claims

Ince rejects Campbell 'racism' claims - 04/03/2014 - Football - World Cup

Paul Ince has rejected Sol Campbell's claim that he would have been England captain 'for 10 years' if he had been white.

Olympiakos bask in glory of 'epic display' - 26/02/2014 - Football

The Greek media lavished praise on Olympiakos Piraeus on Wednesday after the Athens side made history with a first-ever victory over Manchester United in the

Diabolical United lose to Olympiacos

Diabolical United lose to Olympiacos - 26/02/2014 - Football - Champions League

Manchester United were appalling as they suffered a 2-0 defeat at Olympiacos in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 match.

Grim in Greece for United - 25/02/2014 - Football

A Greek tragedy unfolded for David Moyes in Athens as Arsenal loanee Joel Campbell scored a stunning goal to leave Manchester United on the brink of an early

FA probes Rooney coin throwers

FA probes Rooney coin throwers - 24/02/2014 - Football - Premier League

The FA has launched an investigation into the coin-throwing at Wayne Rooney at the weekend with the aim of identifying the culprits.

Rooney deserves deal - Evra

Rooney deserves deal - Evra - 23/02/2014 - Football - Premier League

Patrice Evra hailed Wayne Rooney and claimed the Manchester United forward is deserving of his bumper new contact.

ANALYSIS-Rooney hands troubled United another soothing balm - 21/02/2014 - Football

Manchester United's season of turmoil received another huge lift when England striker Wayne Rooney committed his future to the Premier League champions on

Moyes pleased with Dubai trip  - 21/02/2014 - Football

As a proud Scotsman, David Moyes regards Diego Maradona as an "idol", so there was no way the Manchester United manager was going to stop the Argentinian from

 
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