After John Terry’s retirement from international football a return for Ferdinand had been mooted.
“He is a class defender but in the World Cup he’ll be 35,36,” said Neville.
“Roy Hodgson has importantly said he’s not going to take 34-year-olds, 35-year-olds who are seasoned internationals, who have got 70-odd, 80 caps to sit in the stand. And it’s the correct decision.”
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