Rio Ferdinand has dismissed suggestion on Twitter that David Moyes forced him to watch videos of his former Everton player Phil Jagielka when he was in charge of Manchester United.
Moyes, who is now the manager of West Ham United, was in charge of Everton from 2002 until 2013.
The former Sunderland boss then moved to United and managed the Red Devils until April 2014 when he wad dismissed from the role.
Ferdinand played for United from 2002 until 2014 and is one of the greatest central defenders in the Premier League.
Back in September 2016, former United central defender Nemanja Vidic suggested to FourFourTwo that Moyes made him and Ferdinand watched videos of Jagielka defending.
The 37-year-old English centre-back, now at Premier League club Sheffield United, was at Everton from 2007 until 2019 and worked under Moyes.
Ferdinand, though, has refuted suggestions that he was made to watch videos of Jagielka by Moyes
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