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Vidic To Start Tomorrow; No Fresh Injuries

Vidic To Start Tomorrow; No Fresh Injuries

Since the FA, applying their usual double standards, banned Rio Ferdinand, we've been praying that Vidic would be fit. Well, according to Sir Alex he is and he will play at the Emirates on Sunday.

"Everyone has come through Wednesday`s game, which is good news," Fergie said.

"Obviously we`re going to miss Rio because of his ban, but other than that, they`re all fit.'

Hargreaves and O'Shea are still out of course but we'll have a reasonable starting eleven out there. I guess Scholes won't play, having completed 160 minutes in four days so either Anderson or Berbatov will take his place. Giggs might start on the bench only if Fergie opts for the industry and defensive work of Park while Brown will probably come on for Rafael.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Saturday January 30 2010
Time: 9:20AM

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Good to see Vidic back, even if hes only gonna play a few more games at OT.
Lets face it, hes gonna go for £25 mill in summer which is a shame, as I could have seen him as a stalwart Utd defender for several more years!
Wonder if we could do a swap deal with that little Argie midfielder they have - ya reckon that could be on?? lol
niteworlok
30/01/2010 23:48:00
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Why wasnt he even on the bench today??
Saying that, Evans AND Wes did a damn good job today!
niteworlok
31/01/2010 18:04:00
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