The former Manchester United and England defender claimed in a tweet that he suffered racist abuse at Molineux while working on the BT Sport broadcast team for the last game. Premier League season day.
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Following Ferdinand’s tweet, Wolves issued the following statement: “We are deeply sorry Rio. This person does not represent our club, our supporters or our values.
“We can confirm that this individual was arrested by West Midlands Police. “
In a statement released to Sky Sports News, West Midlands Police confirmed that an arrest had been made and that a male suspect was in custody.
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