Man Utd legend Rio Ferdinand reveals he grew famous cornrows to ‘prove his innocence’ after 8-month drug test ban


MANCHESTER UNITED legend Rio Ferdinand admitted he grew his famous cornrows to prove his innocence after being slapped with a ban for missing a drugs test.

It all started back in 2003 when Ferdinand left United’s Carrington training ground at lunchtime, accidentally missing a scheduled drugs test.

Manchester United hero Rio Ferdinand was slapped with a ban after missing a drugs test

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Manchester United hero Rio Ferdinand was slapped with a ban after missing a drugs testCredit: Getty
Manchester United great Rio Ferdinand grew cornrows to prove his innocence

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Manchester United great Rio Ferdinand grew cornrows to prove his innocenceCredit: News Group…



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