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4 February 2017
Mourinho: I'm not big enough to comment on Man United legends
Jose Mourinho said former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand is within his rights to criticise Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard.
1 February 2017
Where Are They Now? Man United’s all-conquering 2007/08 team
The second of three dominant Premier League titles was topped by a Champions League final triumph over Chelsea.
remembers Fergie’s fearsome squadron
21 January 2017
Record-breaking Rooney: Lineker, Shearer and wife Coleen lead Twitter tributes
Wayne Rooney became Manchester United's record goalscorer on Saturday, with England stars Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer paying tribute.
15 January 2017
WATCH: Rio Ferdinand screams and dances in crazy Man Utd celebration
Rio Ferdinand's wild celebration after Manchester United's equaliser against Liverpool has gone viral.
4 January 2017
Ferdinand drops social media hint over Evra return
Patrice Evra may be set for a second spell at Manchester United, Rio Ferdinand has indicated on Instagram.
22 December 2016
Mourinho has finally found Pogba solution - Ferdinand
Rio Ferdinand believes Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has finally found a way to get the best out of big-money signing Paul Pogba.
15 December 2016
Ex-United star Ferdinand donates £500,000 worth of toys to children's charity
It will be a Christmas to remember for some needy children in the Manchester area following Rio Ferdinand's generous charity donation.
6 December 2016
In the mag: Men of the Year exclusives! Santa's relegation shame!
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11 October 2016
Mocked over training video, buff Ferdinand responds to Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo found the funny side of Rio Ferdinand's training exercises, and the Englishman hit back.
27 September 2016
Shearer: Allardyce has made England a laughing stock
Alan Shearer believes England are the "laughing stock of world football" after Sam Allardyce's embarrassing exit as manager.