The 34-year-old says he will refrain from copying the Frenchman's iconic look on Manchester United's new kit as he bids to help new boss David Moyes retain the Premier League titleManchester United defender Rio Ferdinand says he will not be emulating Eric Cantona's iconic upturned collar on the club's new home kit.
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But Ferdinand, who on Monday revealed his determination to help new manager David Moyes retain the championship in his inaugural season, insists he will not be imitating Cantona by turning up his collar.
"There’s only one person who should be wearing their collars up: Eric Cantona. And he’s retired," he told The Sun.
Ferdinand, who made 34 appearances in all competitions last season and scored the winning goal in Sir Alex Ferguson's final home game at the club, recently signed a new one-year contract which will keep him at Old Trafford until 2014.