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United - Ferdinand Reflects on Japan Win

Naturally, as the England captain, Rio Ferdinand is courted by the press.

The subject matter varies as the media hacks try to ease every last drop of information out of the iconic figure.

Following the narrow victory over Japan, courtesy of two late own goals, Rio spoke about the performance and how the glitches are slowly being ironed out, remarking,

"In the first half we were a bit slow. There wasn`t much thought process in the way we played."

"We are getting to the point where we are working it out and sorting it ourselves. We went on to look quite dangerous in the second half."

"I thought the subs made a big impact in the second half."

"To come back from a goal down against a good Japanese side was good."

"They didn`t have many chances on goal apart from the set-piece. That is a good sign. But there is a lot of hard work in front of us."


From what I saw, lots of hard work but so little time to complete it in!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday June 1 2010

Time: 5:00PM

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still not sure Rio is the man for the job!
Al Billy
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01/06/2010 19:28:00

We struggled to beat Japan, then god help us when it comes to more elite teams like Spain, Brazil and etc.
TheFamousNo7
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02/06/2010 13:34:00

The tippy tappy carousel that's spain will have Carrick's panties in a twist if he plays!
elvido
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03/06/2010 15:46:00

was it Rio who did it?not sure
Mayank[ManUtd]
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04/06/2010 12:22:00

was it Rio who did it?not sure
Mayank[ManUtd]
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04/06/2010 12:22:00

If it was rio, he should do it manutd too
Mayank[ManUtd]
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04/06/2010 12:25:00

 

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