Rio Ferdinand may have to choose between family loyalty and his own ambition this summer if England's new manager, Roy Hodgson, decides his former defensive partnership with John Terry is the one wanted at Euro 2012. At his unveiling at Wembley yesterday, Hodgson announced his intention to try and heal the rift between the two men—sparked by the allegation against Terry that he racially abused Ferdinand's brother Anton during a Premier League match in October last year.
The Rio Ferdinand situation isn't going away for England and Roy Hodgson. It's becoming worse. Already a distraction, the saga over the snubbing of Ferdinand has now taken on a life of its own, with current and former players, pundi... Read Post
John Terry or Rio Ferdinand? Rio or Terry? This was, is and has been the question set before Roy Hodgson since he took over the England national team on the first of May. That much (along with Hodgson's choice) was made abundantly c... Read Post
Roy Hodgson's tenure as the manager of the England national football team has only just begun, but is already approaching what figures to be a momentous milestone. Who should join the squad for Euro 2012—John Terry or Rio Ferdinand?... Read Post