Terry, Ferdinand And Cole Ready For David Beckham Charity Match
No more beef of any kind between John Terry, Rio Ferdinand and Ashley Cole as they prepare to play for David Beckham‘s charity match on November 14.
These guys were involved in a high-profile spat after Terry was accused of racism towards Ferdinand’s brother in 2011, with Cole backing his then-Chelsea team-mate
Ferdinand’s relationship with his fellow England internationals has been strained over the last few years but the trio will line up in a Great Britain and Ireland side to be captained by David Beckham and managed by Sir Alex Ferguson.
Chelsea defender Terry received a four-match suspension after he was found guilty of using abusive language towards Ferdinand’s brother Anton during a Premier League game against QPR in October 2011…
While Cole gave evidence on Terry’s behalf at a magistrate’s hearing, which saw the Chelsea captain cleared of a racial abuse charge over the same incident.