We’re used to footballers moaning about their wages or spending too much time on the bench, but complaining about their stats in a video game? That’s a new one.
It’s exactly what QPR defender and Bromley resident Rio Ferdinand is doing in a new video released ahead of this month’s release of Fifa 15 by EA Sports.
Talking about his ratings in the game, Rio wants researchers to look into things after claiming 'I'm quick man!'.
He's joined in his jovial complaints by Samir Nasri joking about his lack of pace in the game, Andros Townsend talking about his own stats and Eden Hazard complaining about his height on the game.
FIFA 15 is available for pre-order now at easports.com/uk/fifa/buy
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