Rio Ferdinand fears that his England career could now be over, following his omission from the Euro 2012 squad and the subsequent furore it has since caused.
The Manchester United defender believes that the fact he isn’t getting picked, even with players out injured, therefore suggesting that he is no longer fancied for selection.
“If I’m not getting picked now, especially when people are out injured, then it is unlikely I will be picked again.
“I really hoped I would get 100 caps, but for various reasons it hasn’t happened. It is a disappointment.
“I won’t discuss what Mr Hodgson has said to me but he knows I wanted to be in the squad.”
Ferdinand refuses to quit the International scene and revealed that he is fully behind the national team and will be among the crowds cheering them on to success.
“But just because I am not there, don’t think I want them to fail. I am not bitter. I know how much the boys want to succeed.” Daily Mail