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Rio Ferdinand joins Premier League Hall of Fame

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Rio Ferdinand joins Premier League Hall of Fame

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Rio Ferdinand, a former defender for West Ham, Leeds United, and Manchester United, has been honored with induction into the Premier League Hall of Fame.

Ferdinand, who is now 44 years old, joined Manchester United from Leeds in 2002 for a then-record transfer fee.

During his 12 years with the club, he won six Premier League titles, as well as the Champions League and Club World Cup under the guidance of Sir Alex Ferguson.

Ferdinand also earned 81 caps for England, making his debut at the age of 19.

He began his career at West Ham under Harry Redknapp, and later moved to Leeds for £18m in 2000 before joining Manchester United in 2002 for a then British-record transfer fee of £29.1m, which was also the most expensive move for a defender at the time.

Ferdinand retired in May 2015 after a short stint at QPR, where he was unable to save the team from relegation.


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