Saturday, April 21, 2012

Rio Ferdinand international football player

Rio Gavin Ferdinand, or better known as Rio Ferdinand is an English footballer who was born in Peckham, London, England on November 7, 1978 and he played in the position of defender for Manchester United and the England national team. Ferdinand has collected a total of 81 caps for the England national team. He became a member of three World Cup teams and was a professional player with the club and national team defended. Ferdinand's football career started when he was young and he finally settled at West Ham United. He began his professional debut Premier League in 1996 and has won the "Hammer of the year" the following season. Ferdinand won his first trophy as against Cameroon in 1997 and the youngest defender to make a record that year. Due to the achievements and potential of Ferdinand is good enough, he was enthused by the club Leeds United and a player with a record-breaking transfer of £ 18 million over two seasons. Ferdinand to captain the club with Leeds United in 2001. He joined Manchester United in July 2002 with a value of £ 30 million and break the transfer record once again. Ferdinand immediately get the honor of winning the Premier League with Manchester United. In September 2003, he missed doping tests and banned for eight months from January to September 2004 and caused him to miss playing time with Manchester United in the Premier League, FA Cup win EURO 2004 and international competitions. After returning to play, Ferdinand won praise for his performance even three times in four years in the PFA team of the year. He also became part of the winning team in the Premier League 2006-2007 season and double victory in the Champions League and Premier League next year. In his private life, Ferdinand had three children named Lorenz, Tate, Tia and his wife named Rebecca Eliison. He was born of a footballer, his brother also played for Queens Park Rangers named Anton Ferdinand, former England striker Les Ferdinand and called his cousin Kane Ferdinand was named Southend United player. Ferdinand was also involved with youth Charities, movies, music, and television Including the prank series Rio's World Cup Wind-Ups. [read more]