Rio Ferdinand can’t forget how Woodward made him leave Manchester United

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Rio Ferdinand is a legend at Manchester United, as he spent around 12 years at Manchester United and made over 300 appearances.

Rio was one of the key defensive figures at the club under Sir Alex Ferguson, and he formed a solid partnership with Nemanja Vidic, and many see it as the best centre-back partnership in the Premier League era.

Rio Ferdinand left United in 2014, as he joined Queens Park Rangers, and he has now revealed that the manner in which Ed Woodward made him leave the club left him with a bitter taste.

He told the Daily Mail: “He told me they weren’t going to renew my deal and that was it.

“You expected a little more given the service you had given and the way you see other people leave football clubs who may not have done as much as you.

“It left a bitter taste. But maybe life ain’t fair. I have spoken to Ed since. It’s fine. He knows. He has apologised.”

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