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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Ferguson gives Ferdinand the green light to enter Hells Kitchen contest

Sir Alex Ferguson has given Rio Ferdinand the green light to take part in a charity cooking contest at Old Trafford later this month despite reports suggesting he would halt the under-fire defender's off-field commitments.
The Manchester United star will battle against celebrity chef Marco Pierre White in the kitchen, alongside team-mates Edwin Van De Sar and Patrice Evra, on November 26 in aid of his latest venture, the Live the Dream Foundation.
But before being sidelined until December with a troublesome back problem, Ferguson was said to be planning an end to the England international's ever-growing list of engagements following a series of below-par performances.
Cooking up a storm: Ferdinand will try his luck in the kitchen
The 31-year-old came under intense scrutiny last month during his red-carpet promotion for new gangster flick Dead Man Running, a production both he and Chelsea full-back Ashley Cole played a key part in behind the scenes.
Dinner date: Hell's Kitchen celebrity chef Marco Pierre White is ready to give Ferdinand a grilling
And although he has received Ferguson's backing, Ferdinand's United future has been called into serious question with Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp registering an interest.
Ignoring calls to curb his appearances outside the game, the former West Ham and Leeds United ace will cook for a packed audience of discerning diners at the £275-per-person black tie function, where all proceeds will be donated to his new charity.
Ferdinand, raised on a tough south London estate in Peckham, is keen to provide deprived youngsters life-changing opportunities and follows Chelsea striker Didier Drogba in the latest offering of Premier League goodwill.
'I've always been passionate about helping those who haven't had the best start in life - particularly young people,' said Ferdinand, speaking ahead of the charity's official launch party on December 16, where singer Robbie Williams, TV star James Corden and Frank Lampard will lend star-studded support to the cause led by entrepreneur Chris Nathaniel's NVA Entertainment Group.
'I was fortunate enough to realise my potential as a footballer and I want to help others do the same in whatever area they believe they have the skills.
'The Live the Dream Foundation will help to change lives,' added Ferdinand, who misses England's forthcoming friendly with Brazil in Qatar through injury.
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