Former Sunderland and Queens Park Rangers Centre back is open to offers as he eventually leaves Reading this summer when his contract expires at the English club.

The summer shake-up at Reading has started with Simon Cox and Hal Robson-Kanu all set to join the 31-year old defender as they leave the club this summer.

Rio Ferdinand wished his brother a happy birthday

Reading’s Anton Ferdinand reached the age of 31 back on February 18 and his brother Rio Ferdinand wished him a happy birthday by posting a childhood picture of them.

Anton Ferdinand is reaching the point in time when it’s time to start considering whether or not to hang up his boots. Rio Ferdinand left the world of playing competitive football at the age of 35 and even though both of the brothers are widely known for their respective playing careers, the path that each player has taken has been significantly different.

Anton Ferdinand has sparked his career back to life

There was a period of time when Anton Ferdinand just didn’t seem to get things right as his career appeared to be going downhill.

Back in August of 2013, the English defender signed a 3 year long contract with Antalyaspor but he only remained with the club for 1 season before eventually being released by the Turkish team.

Rafa Benitez has confirmed that defender Pepe

Rafa Benitez has confirmed that defender Pepe will be available for the heavyweight clash with Paris St Germain in the Champions League group stages.

Even though Madrid have suffered from inconsistencies in the domestic competition, they have looked brilliant when it comes to European football. They are joint leaders of the group A along with PSG, who have also taken the same seven points from the opening three matches. The fitness of Pepe was going to be a huge deal for Madrid, as his partner Sergio Ramos has also been struggling with his fitness of late.

Anton Ferdinand’s career has been in a slump

Former QPR defender Anton Ferdinand’s career has been in a slump over the last few years. It appears that the situation surrounding him and John Terry has affected on the former more than the latter.

Alex Pearce says that he is extremely grateful with manager Steve Clarke

Reading captain Alex Pearce says that he is extremely grateful with manager Steve Clarke, who not only restored him to the first-team but also the captain’s armband as well.

Les Ferdinand says that English football did not handle the racism

QPR director of football Les Ferdinand says that English football did not handle the racism incident involving John Terry and Anton Ferdinand particularly well.

Antonio Valencia play against Gunner made him lose place in Team

Antonio Valencia’s reckless play versus the Gunners last evening cost his team a place in the Round of 4 of FA Cup.

Valencia’s mistake was the reason why Arsenal managed to score both the goals.
Valencia was in the Manchester United’s line up as a holding playmaker and a lot better was expected from him at that position.

He did not seem to be at it at any point of time and was absolutely put to sword by the analysts later on for his performance.

None of the criticism was invalid. Valencia deserved every bit of what he got.

Anton Ferdinand - A look at his Career

Anton Ferdinand’s career has seen the English defender joining the highly rated and famed youth academy of West Ham United at the age of 9 where he went on managing to secure his first team place after having made noteworthy performances. Ferdinand even managed to stand out in the Premier League after receiving the Premier League Player of the Month award on January of 2006.

That would be the highlight of his career as from there on out the career of Ferdinand has not been as accomplished or impressive.

Anton Ferdinand return to English Football Team

Former QPR defender Anton Ferdinand returned back to English football after his spell with Turkish clubs in the last few years.

He joined Reading on a free transfer in order to help the club in the promotion bid. After the recent relegation from the Premier League, Reading are hoping to get back to the top division as soon as possible. The presence of players like Ferdinand, who have Premier League experience, may help them in this aspect. The 29-year-old, though, has been unable to make his debut for his new club due to a series of injury problems.

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