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Rio Ferdinand Isn’t Lying When He Says He Loves Old School R&B In Crazy Video From His Car

Rio Ferdinand Isn’t Lying When He Says He Loves Old School R&B In Crazy Video From His Car

Rio Ferdinand has come under fire from the Manchester United faithful this term, with it looking like the veteran defender’s Old Trafford career is reaching its conclusion.

Not that his critics are getting Rio down, however, in fact the former England captain has revealed that in his opinion, the best school will always be the old school.

By Stuart Hynd – @supers0nic_

Ferdinand has gained a stellar reputation over the years for being the class clown of United’s Carrington training ground with several of his teammates suffering by his hand.

And the 35-year-old was on fantastic form today when he posted this bizarre R&B appreciation video from his car:

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#TunesFromTheCar loving the old skool R&B!

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Ferdinand of course has previous for a wacky outburst via Instagram from behind the wheel, as he posted this similar video a week ago:

Life can’t be that bad at Manchester United if their players are going to training this happy, can it?

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