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Brotherly Love?

On the back of Joey Barton pledging to de-rail the Manchester City train this coming Sunday, United are also looking towards another Queens Park Rangers player to come to our assistance.

Anton Ferdinand, brother of our own Rio, will be keen to do his bit to ensure Queens Park Rangers do their best to grab the point they need to ensure their Premier League survival ad has remarked, in the press, about Rio wanting his help, commenting,

"Rio`s been on the phone favour asking for a favour."

"But it`s about us. I`m concentrating on QPR as we have a massive job to do for ourselves."

"We`ve got to go there and get a point, if not three. I have faith in my team-mates that we could possibly do that."

"If we do get a result and United and Rio go on to win the title, then I will be chuffed for him."

"If they don`t win it but we stay up I will be very, very happy."


Not sure Rio will be though!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 10 2012

Time: 5:09PM

Your Comments

grasping at straws lads it really is all over!
merlin
The guy is right,he has to do his job,he can't worry about us and why should he!!.We had our chances but we did not take it so no complaints.Roll on next season!!!!!!!
Antriksh (abmtd)
Most QPR fans would be delighted to lose as long as Bolton don't win. If the animosity for United was not enough before, Young ensured we loathe you. So please stop asking us for favours.
LeeCookFan
This does make me laugh, we shouldn't need to rely on anyone, we should've saw off Wigan and Everton and put up more of a fight v City but we didn't and now it's comes to this. QPR will be fighting for the lives for survival but city will grind out the win and QPR will be hoping Bolton don't win also (playing Stoke away you know they won't).
TheFamousNo7
 

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