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Ferdinand Requests Modification to Pitchside Setup at Bernabeu Following Refusal to Stand on Real Badge

Rio Ferdinand changes BT Sport pitchside set at Bernabeu to avoid disrespecting Real Madrid badge

Rio Ferdinand, the Manchester United legend and BT Sport pundit, refused to stand on the Real Madrid badge during the live broadcast of their match against Chelsea at the Bernabeu stadium. Ferdinand and his fellow pundit, Joe Cole, refused to stand on the badge to avoid any signs of disrespect to the Spanish giants. He took to social media to share a video explaining their decision and to request a change in the pitchside set to ensure that they didn’t offend Real Madrid. The incident occurred a day after Joao Cancelo decided not to stand on Manchester City’s badge during his return to the club. The holders, Real Madrid, went on to win the match 2-0 in their Champions League quarter-final.

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