10 December, 2012 - 07:12

Man City apologized to Ferdinand

Man City have issued a formal apology to Man Utd defender Rio Ferdinand for coin attack.

The incident came after the final whistle of the match between Man City and Man Utd when United players celebrated an injury-time winning goal from Robin Van Persie. The Red Devils’ defender was allegedly hit by a coin which cut his eyebrow. One of the Man City fans run onto the pitch and tried to attack Ferdinand but was hustled away by The Citizens keeper Joe Hart.

“Manchester City wishes to offer its sincere apologies to Rio Ferdinand,” City said in formal apology at their official web-site. “The club unreservedly condemns the actions which led to his being injured.”

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Author: Basil Naumov

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10 December 2012, 14:57

That was not a problem of just one j..k, that was a problem of the whole herd in the stand.. Everybody laughed and behaved totally wild at Rio bleeding.. Dummies..

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