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Rio Ferdinand to join FA commission panel


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Countries gone PC mad, used to be a time when you got a position on merit'

Where does PC come into this? Is it a racism commision? Seems they wanted a vocal, senior English player to offer his opinion on the state of the game. Ferdinand is nothing if not old, gobby and clueless, which fits the bill for an English football commission.

Hopefully he'll have some nice recommendations to make on how young players can avoid drug tests.

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Where does PC come into this? Is it a racism commision? Seems they wanted a vocal, senior English player to offer his opinion on the state of the game. Ferdinand is nothing if not old, gobby and clueless, which fits the bill for an English football commission.

Hopefully he'll have some nice recommendations to make on how young players can avoid drug tests.

There was some fuss over all the commission members being white.

Seems an awful coincidence.

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Where does PC come into this? Is it a racism commision? Seems they wanted a vocal, senior English player to offer his opinion on the state of the game. Ferdinand is nothing if not old, gobby and clueless, which fits the bill for an English football commission.

Hopefully he'll have some nice recommendations to make on how young players can avoid drug tests.

As someone said there was a row because the panel was all white and hey fiddle diddle the next day he is appointed. I guess my point is if the panel was all black would it have been mentioned? black lawyers society! reverse racism me thinks

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How embarrassing, can't believe rio's accepted the position of token black on that farce of a panel... Give it a few months and he'll be taking the fa to tribunal for discrimination . Can't stand that guy ( especially after choc ice gate ) guys a wanker but suppose the FA and him are a good match

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Really needed someone who had experience of playing in England and abroad, someone who has played the game and coached/ managed at a higher level, someone strong minded and with leadership skills, strong opinions, but currently not tied to a football club. Someone whose sportsmanship has been applauded and rewarded in the past.

Paolo Di Canio ticks all those boxes.

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