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Daily Mail Feb 19, 2015

Rio Ferdinand slams 'disgraceful' Chelsea racists but questions whether football has the power or will to combat problem

Rio Ferdinand has questioned whether football has the power, or indeed the will, to eradicate racism following the shameful scenes involving Chelsea fans on the Paris metro earlier this week.
The Busby Babe Feb 5, 2015

Moyes: United's players were too fat for chips

Somebody, somewhere, is going to call this "chipgate", aren't they? You might recall that last season, as the post-Moyes fallout fell out, there was a brief kerfuffle about chips, and the lack of same. Apparently United's players were in the habit of getting together for a few the night before a game (low-fat ones, of course), and Moyes' decision to end this tradition demonstrated that he simply wasn't up for the job, that he didn't understand top flight management, that he really hated Rio Ferdinand. Well, he's had his say. In a Q&A with FourFourTwo, Real Sociedad's mister has explained...

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