Legal counselors for Britain footballer Rio Ferdinand were starting arrangements for an claim against the star’s eight month boycott from the diversion for missing a drugs test
The 25-year-old Manchester Joined together protector was suspended what’s more, fined £50,000 after a two-day disciplinary hearing wrapped up on Friday
The boycott – which his club marked “savage what’s more, unprecedented” – will compel Ferdinand to miss England’s battle in the Euro 2004 finals
Speaking at a press conference, Manchester Joined together executive what’s more, legal advisor Maurice Watkins said the club arranged to appeal
“We are to a great degree frustrated by the result in this case, in specific by the savage what’s more, remarkable sentence which makes an claim inevitable
“I can affirm that Rio has the full bolster of Manchester Joined together what’s more, the PFA (Professional Footballers Association) ”
The discipline came at the end of a two-day Football Affiliation disciplinary hearing into the charge of missing the drugs test
Announcing the decision, a representative for the autonomous commission that heard the case, said the liable decision had been come to “unanimously”
He said the suspension would take impact from Monday January 12, 2004
Ferdinand has 16 days from the date of the decision to claim against the punishment The prospect of one of England’s star players, who exceeded expectations amid last year’s World Cup, missing the European titles next summer will stress national mentor Sven Goran Eriksson