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Rio Ferdinand backs a vote to remain in the EU

Footballer Rio Ferdinand has followed in David Beckham's footsteps and also backed a vote to Remain.

Ferdinand said "I haven't liked what I've seen" from the Leave campaign and he was taught how "no individual is bigger than the team".

He said: "I think all the focus on immigration has been a real shame. I don't want Britain to become an angry and mean-spirited country. I think there's a danger that, if Leave wins, it'll be an endorsement of the idea that it's OK to blame all our problems on foreigners."

He added: "Sir Alex Ferguson always taught us that no individual is bigger than the team; that just because we played for Man United – a massive, famous club – didn’t mean we could swan around doing our own thing. We had to work even harder, and be even more of a team, to get where we wanted to be. And I think Europe is a bit like that."

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Victoria Beckham backs remain in EU referendum

Victoria Beckham has said that she will be voting for the UK to remain in the European Union in Thursday's referendum.

In an Instagram post the former Spice Girl said: "I believe in my country, I believe in a future for my children where we are stronger together and I support the #remain campaign."

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The fashion designer also took to Twitter to support husband David Beckham's decision to also support remain.

'Impossible is nothing': David Beckham pays tribute

David Beckham has paid tribute to Muhammad Ali with the boxer's infamous "impossible is nothing" quote.

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The former footballer also called the three-time world heavyweight boxing champion "the greatest" and "the biggest and the best" in posts on his Instagram page.

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