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Rio: I Don't Care How We Win

Fit-again Rio Ferdinand is ready for another Champions League final. After last year's thrilling showpiece which went all the way to penalties you'd think he wants a more comfortable win this time - but this is not the case.

'I just want to win. I don't care how the game goes. It would be nice if it was a great game with loads of skill and loads of goals for us.

'But people don't remember it for being a great final. People only remember the winners.'


True enough. He also admitted he's simply a bad loser so he doesn't want to experience the pain of defeat in a European Cup final. We all hope you won't have to, Rio.




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 27 2009

Time: 12:17PM

Your Comments

Agree agreee agree. I'd love a good game, but a win of any sort would do brilliantly for me. We've played well up to this stage; this is where we just need to WIN, however we can do it. Really hope it's another magnificent European night for United.
Man utd champions
LOL! no one criticizes boring Manu but only blame boring Chelsea?! You can't even win it ugly ManU, suck it.
Lee.F
hahaha man u put in there place, hope ur enjoyin life on the bench mr man u my dream team yes it you beraba
123spurs
nothing to say here, I'm just totally *****ed. FIVE TIMES though. THAT IS ALL. How do you live with us, reminding you that you're not the Greatest? Wouldn't want to rub your nose in defeat though, not when you're so down. You let the memory of Busby down tonight, against Barca reserves too. God is good.
Howard
Duck lipped ***** spouting his crap once again. Ferdinand is a **** and im so glad he has gone home as a loser, which is what most of your arm chair supporting plastic, arrogant glory hunting fans are.
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