Rio Ferdinand is facing a fine of up to £220,000 after refusing to support the anti racism charity Kick it Out. Before their 4-2 win over Stoke yeaterday boss Sir Alex Ferguson insisted all his players would wear shirts made by the charity as part of a national campaign.
Rio and several other players boycotted it - claiming not enough is being done to stamp racism out of the game. Sarah Rogers has more:
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