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Les Ferdinand

Welcome to Les Ferdinand's profile page where we post regular news updates. In addition to press articles, you can also find pictures of the player and a list of all 'Official Player Site' articles where Les is mentioned. For more news about other Bolton Wanderers playees click here.

Les Ferdinand
Date of Birth: 18/12/1966
Place of Birth: Acton
Nationality: English
Height: 5.11 (1.78 m)
Weight: 13.05 (84.8 Kg)
Club: Bolton Wanderers
 OfficialPlayerSites.com: 3 articles
Robbie Elliott: I've already got your autograph Pedro! - 04/12/2003
Robbie looks back on Peter Beardsley's Variety Club dinner - a good night that ended in acute embarrasment... More
Warren Barton: An all-star tribute to Peter the Great - 02/12/2003
Simon Rushworth - writing for the Newcastle Journal - speaks to Warren at last night's Variety Club dinner to honour Peter Beardsley. More
John Beresford: Bez bites back - 13/08/2002
Bez writing for NUFC.com on David Ginola's 'reflections' on his move to Newcastle More
 Internet Stories: 3486 articles
Man U fan Rio Ferdinand celebrates Zlatan Ibrahimovic goal - 16/01/2017
Former Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand left Premier League TV viewers in no doubt as to where his allegiances lie while commenting on their recent 1-1 draw with Liverpool. www.dailymail.co.uk


Latest Stories:

Manchester United heroes pay tribute to Wayne Rooney
Fans and legends of football have been lining up to celebrate Wayne Rooney scoring his 250th Manchester United goal to break Sir Bobby Charlton's club record - including the man himself. [More]

Boro boss Aitor Karanka blasts fans for 'awful atmosphere'
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GLENN HODDLE: All change for the good of the game
GLENN HODDLE: Marco van Basten has come out with some fairly extreme suggestions for changes to the laws. I can't say I agree with any of them but I'm not one of those who wouldn't touch the rules of football. [More]

Man City news: Spurs come from behind to draw 2-2
DOMINIC KING AT THE ETIHAD STADIUM: It was Manchester City’s season in 60 seconds: hope and expectation, then fury and bewilderment. They combusted to lose a two-goal lead to Tottenham. [More]

Transfer news LATEST LIVE: Man United, Arsenal, Chelsea
During a busy weekend of action on the pitch, work continues in the boardrooms across Europe to strengthen squads in the January transfer window. Follow the latest updates here. [More]

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Transfer news LATEST: Man United, Arsenal and Chelsea
There are less than two weeks of the January transfer window remaining and clubs across Europe are attempting to strengthen their squads. Here, Sportsmail brings you the latest news. [More]

Harry Forrester hopes he can find top form for Rangers
Forrester recognised that playing for Rangers was different to most spots on the British football map when the function of performing a three-point turn in his car was celebrated by a follower. [More]

Steve Bruce criticises the attitude of McCormack
Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce insists he will not pick Ross McCormack until the striker's 'attitude towards training improves' after he was left out of the 2-2 draw with Preston. [More]

Humphrey makes 'slip' joke towards Gerrard
Former midfielder Steven Gerrard was involved in uncomfortable conversation following Manchester City's 2-2 draw with Tottenham at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday evening. [More]

Mark McGhee lost for words as Motherwell lose to Rangers
He confessed that only twice in his 26-year managerial career had he experienced a low as consuming as the feelings prompted by Kenny Miller's 89th-minute winner at Ibrox. [More]

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Celtic star Stuart Armstrong now right at home at Parkhead
EXCLUSIVE: Celtic Park has provided the stage for the rejuvenation of Stuart Armstrong but the stadium remains the scene of his greatest misery. [More]

St Mirren can be inspired by cup shock says manager Ross 
Jack Ross urged his St Mirren shock troops to use their 2-0 Scottish Cup fourth round win over Dundee at Dens Park as a springboard to pull off an unlikely escape act at the foot of the Championship. [More]

Chapecoense draw in emotional first match since disaster
Chapecoense drew 2-2 against Brazilian champions Palmeiras in their first match since the air disaster in November in which 19 players and 24 other club members were among those who died. [More]

Manchester City vs Tottenham: Things you missed
Manchester City took the lead through two errors but Spurs worked their way back into the game, and by the end it could have quite easily gone either way for two sides challenging for the top four. [More]

Carlos Tevez denies he is football's highest paid player
Carlos Tevez has denied reports that he became the highest paid player in world football when he swapped his boyhood club Boca Juniors for the Chinese Super League. [More]

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Spurs news: Kyle Walker admits he pushed Raheem Sterling
With the game finely poised at 2-1 to City, Sterling had the chance to secure victory for his side when he raced clear on goal, only to scuff his shot following a clear push in the back from Walker. [More]

Kenny Miller insists Rangers future 'is out of my hands'
Mark Warburton’s Rangers team required two expert finishes from Kenny Miller to see off Motherwell and progress to the fifth round of the Scottish Cup, but he is yet to receive the offer of a new deal. [More]

League One round-up: Sheffield United extend lead
LEAGUE ONE ROUND-UP: Sheffield United moved two points clear at the top of Sky Bet League One despite being held to a 2-2 draw at home to Gillingham. [More]

Rangers 2-1 Motherwell: Miller double rescues cup hopes
On a normal day, Kenny Miller’s race would long have been run by the time this Scottish Cup tie exploded into life, but he mined remarkable reserves of stamina to dig Rangers out of a hole. [More]

Celtic ponder new offer to land Henry Onyekuru 
Celtic were on Sunday night mulling over whether to return with an improved offer for Nigerian forward Henry Onyekuru, after having an initial bid for the teenager turned down. [More]

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