QPR confirm Ferdinand signing

Former England defender Rio Ferdinand has signed for Queens Park Rangers on a Bosman free transfer, the club have confirmed.

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tk421 says...

6-9 points adrift by Xmas

Posted 1:10pm 18th July 2014

saywuuut (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Classic 'Arryb signing. Old, free and expensive wages.

Posted 12:58pm 18th July 2014

hurler (Liverpool) says...

@muforever001 Do you want some fish to go with that chip on your shoulder? Even the name "muforever" is cringeworthy.

Posted 11:49am 18th July 2014

dryice says...

1 (one) year contract. Seems sensible all round, unless you are an AB'A

Posted 11:22am 18th July 2014

ricky villa (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Who uses the term ABU anymore? On another note, well done Harry building for the future again.

Posted 10:15am 18th July 2014

muforever001 (Manchester United) says...

All the best Rio,thank you for the great service for 12 years.Please play well against us,or the ABUs will go crazy and say we got another six points for nothing,since most of our ex players who play or manage are classed in the same light.

Posted 7:05am 18th July 2014

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