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Vidic: I Am Not Unhappy, Just Injured

Vidic: I Am Not Unhappy, Just Injured

Nemanja Vidic's Old Trafford exit is inevitable, according to the British press who drew their conclusions from the fact that 1) Vidic pulled out of the FA Cup tie against Leeds in the last minute and 2) after the 1-0 defeat Fergie said he could tell nothing about why Vidic had missed the game.

However, that does not mean there's a rift between the pair: Vidic insists that everything is fine.

'Everything surprised me a lot,' he told Sportski zurnal. 'Ferguson said that he didn't talk with the club doctor, but he didn't say that he doesn't believe in my injuries and that we are in a fight.

'Everybody in the club knows that I have a marvellous understanding with my coach Ferguson.

'Moreover, I'm not unhappy at Old Trafford. I'm just injured and that is the end of the story.

'I hope that I will be able to play as soon as possible. The doctors told me that I will not be able to play for the next seven or ten days so I don't think that I will play against Birmingham City.'


His agent added that Vidic was not negotiating with any other clubs and that his mood was pretty much 'standard'.

'I have not spoken to him since the last defeat but, as far as I know, there is no problem.'

Storm in a teacup.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday January 5 2010
Time: 5:30PM

Comments

0
He's gone.
BlueWolfie
05/01/2010 20:00:00
0
I am not a number, I am a human being!
merlin
05/01/2010 20:14:00
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Your future's not really looking to clever at the moment is it? http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/david-conn-inside-sport-blog/2010/jan/06/manchester-united-glazers-debt
fifthcolumnblue
06/01/2010 01:14:00
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A very insightful and interesting read, fifth. I'd hate to be a United fan and read that, it'd make me choke on my coffee.
BlueWolfie
06/01/2010 11:00:00
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There will be a lot of manure fans carrying bricks in their pants after reading that to be sure. Still, they can always cling to the myth that some lovely sugar-daddy will take over the club and rescue them from their misery, instead of just fleecing them the way the Glazers have done. By the way, how's that Campaign to have Malcolm Glazer knighted for services to football going?
fifthcolumnblue
06/01/2010 13:17:00
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Well, as of last year, The Guardian I believe it was, had this red club valued at £1.495billion. It might have dropped a little since then, but probably not too much. Add £700m in debt to that, and that makes a very tidy £2.2billion. Can't see many people around the World having that kind of money to spend, can you?
BlueWolfie
06/01/2010 14:18:00
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Wait a minute, I'll just check down the back of my sofa...
fifthcolumnblue
06/01/2010 15:01:00
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Find anything to help them yet, FCB?
BlueWolfie
06/01/2010 19:09:00
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Just an old biro and some crumbs mate.
fifthcolumnblue
06/01/2010 20:17:00
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It's rather more than they have now
BlueWolfie
06/01/2010 21:08:00
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