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Rio Ferdinand was racially abused at Molineux

Sun 23 May 2021 | 18:34

The ex-Red Devils captain revealed that he was subjected to racial abuse during his side’s victory over Wolves.

Rio Ferdinand

says that he was racially abused when working at

Manchester United

’s win over

Wolves

on Sunday.

The former United captain was present at Molineux as BT Sport’s pundit. Fans were allowed in the stadium which was Wolves’ first home game to permit their return. He claimed that one of the fans used a racist chant that resulted in him being ejected.

"

The last couple weeks, it's been unreal to see fans back,"

he wrote on

Twitter

.

"However, to the Wolves fan who has just been thrown out for doing a monkey chant at me: you need to be dismissed from football and educated.

"Come meet me and I will help you understand what it feels like to be racially abused!"

United vanquished Wolves 2-1 courtesy of Anthony Elanga and Juan Mata’s goals.


source: SportMob