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Moyes was dealt another blow in the FA Cup elimination at the hands of Swansea but has played down talk of transfers despite calls from supporters to strengthen club

Runaway Rio Ferdinand stalker arrested

A woman who vanished from court shortly before she was convicted of stalking footballer Rio Ferdinand and his family has been arrested.

Manchester United to escape action over Wembley damage

Manchester United will escape any action from the Football Association after a dressing room wall was damaged following their FA Cup semi-final defeat at Wembley.

Rio Ferdinand stalker found guilty

A woman who repeatedly turned up at the home of Premier League footballer Rio Ferdinand was convicted today of harassment.

Rio Ferdinand not distracted by treble talk

Rio Ferdinand insists the possibility of becoming a Manchester United treble hero is not a motivation ahead of tonight's Champions League showdown with Chelsea at Old Trafford.

Video: Rio Ferdinand's YouTube murder plea

England footballer Rio Ferdinand uses a YouTube video to send a plea for information on the killers of family friend Rio McFarlane. .

Rio Ferdinand could feature for Manchester United against Chelsea

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has not entirely ruled Rio Ferdinand out of Wednesday's Champions League clash with Chelsea, but the deposed England captain is more likely to return from injury next weekend.

Rio Ferdinand says Manchester United will miss Gary Neville humour

Rio Ferdinand is the latest big-name Manchester United player to heap praise on retired team-mate Gary Neville.

Manchester United confirm Rio Ferdinand and Jonny Evans will miss derby

Rio Ferdinand and Jonny Evans will both miss tomorrow's Manchester derby at Old Trafford.

England players will not be at 2012

The possibility of a Great Britain Olympics team with England players such as Wayne Rooney, Rio Ferdinand and Steven Gerrard competing at the London Games next year has been ruled out by the Football Association.

Rio Ferdinand condemns 'prehistoric' Sky Sports duo

England captain Rio Ferdinand has defended referees' assistant Sian Massey against the "prehistoric views" of Sky Sports duo Richard Keys and Andy Gray.

Rio Ferdinand and Paul Scholes fit for Arsenal clash

Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed both Rio Ferdinand and Paul Scholes should be available for Manchester United's top-of-the-table clash with Arsenal on Monday.

Nemanja Vidic desperate for Rio Ferdinand to be fit

Nemanja Vidic is crossing his fingers central defensive partner Rio Ferdinand will be fit for Monday's top-of-the-table showdown with Arsenal.

Rio Ferdinand wants to see 'refocused' Wayne Rooney

Rio Ferdinand is hoping Wayne Rooney will recapture his best form for England and Manchester United.

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