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Rio Ferdinand scored his first goal in over 5 years to put Manchester United up 2-1 over Swansea and send off Sir Alex Ferguson as a winner in his last match. The goal from the big defenseman was off of a corner kick and the reaction from Rio was priceless.
Sir Alex Ferguson will be remembered as one of the all-time greats for any sport. Sir Alex hung up his managerial cleats with Manchester United today and the response he received was legendary, like himself. He received a guard of honour from both United and Swansea. Ferguson took the reins of Manchester United in 1986 and since then the iconic coach has won an astounding 38 trophies, including 13 Premier League championships, two Champions League titles and five FA Cups.
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Rio Ferdinand has dropped the clearest hint yet he intends to sign another contract and extend his stay at Manchester United .
The 34-year-old defender collected his sixth Premier League winners' medal and marked the occasion by slamming home the decisive goal in the 2-1 win over Swansea.
It was the first time he had found the net in over five years yet it was accompanied...
Amid a carnival atmosphere at a rainy Old Trafford, Manchester United gave Alex Ferguson and Paul Scholes a winning sendoff in their final home match.
Rio Ferdinand scored his first Premier League goal in five years, breaking an 86th-minute tie in a 2-1 win over Swansea on Sunday.
The 71-year-old Ferguson said Wednesday he is retiring at the end of the season after nearly 27 years...
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It was a busy day on the penultimate Sunday of the Prem Season...
First off, after the massive surprise of Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement at season's end from Manchester United. It took goals from Chicharito and Rio Ferdinand to score a late 2-1 win over Swansea. The team also was presented their League trophy. It was also the...
In front of tens of thousands of flag-waving and chanting fans, Manchester United players and retiring manager Alex Ferguson paraded the Premier League trophy through packed city streets on a second day of jubilant celebrations for the English champions.
Fans clambered dangerously up storefronts, scaffolding, statues, bus stands and road signs to catch glimpses of Robin van Persie...