Rio Ferdinand fronting Amazon documentary series about race, mental health and sexuality in football
23 May 2022 | 10:47 am
Rio Ferdinand fronting Amazon documentary series about race, mental health and sexuality in football Former Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand is reportedly working on a trio of documentaries for Amazon about race, mental health and sexuality in football.
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