Rio Ferdinand believes England manager Gareth Southgate “could have been more positive” after the Three Lions fell to a penalty shootout defeat to Italy in the European Championship final at Wembley on Sunday night. England were beaten 3-2 on spot-kicks after Marcus
Former England striker Alan Shearer was disappointed by the performance of Three Lions captain Harry Kane during the Euro 2020 final loss to Italy, although ex-defender Rio Ferdinand disagreed. England’s hopes of a first major tournament success since 1966 were crushed by
Rio Ferdinand took aim at Jose Mourinho’s treatment of Luke Shaw as he hailed the England left-back after he scored the opening goal in the Euro 2020 final inside just two minutes. The Manchester United defender put the Three Lions 1-0 up
Gary Lineker and Rio Ferdinand clashed over how the England squad might be feeling ahead of their Euro 2020 final against Italy at Wembley Stadium. The Three Lions face their first major tournament final since the 1966 World Cup victory over West
The England legend has played a central part in the BBC’s coverage of the Three Lion’s incredible journey in Euro 2020 as they prepare to take on Ukraine in the quarter-finals this evening. He was spotted celebrating wildly alongside fellow pundits Gary
“I’m surprised in one way but Gareth Southgate, knowing him being a defender when he played as well, so maybe not that surprised. “But when you see the talent that we’ve got, especially in the attacking wide areas, the young fearless talent,
There has been a lack of cover on the right side of defence, but Ferdinand doesn’t think Trippier is the answer. The 42-year-old doesn’t want to see his former club move for Trippier in the market and instead focus the money elsewhere.
“That shows vast improvement and we’re second in the league. “By no means are we the finished article but I think at the beginning of the season if you’d said you’d finish second in the league from where we were I think