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Vidic: I'll Definitely Stay Until At Least 2012

Vidic: I'll Definitely Stay Until At Least 2012

Nemanja Vidic has quashed speculation that he would leave Old Trafford at the end of the season, insisting that he will definitely see out his contract.

'I have never said I'd like to move to Madrid,' he told the Daily Star Sunday.

'I will definitely stay here until 2012 at least - and then we have time to speak about whatever may happen in the future.

'I am enjoying it here and I think I've showed that on the pitch. For now, all I'm focused on is playing the game and doing my best.'


Nice touch - he said these immediately after two demoralising defeats. Best way to lift the gloom a little, Nemanja. Now a return to your very best form would be appreciated - more of the same we saw against Bolton, please!



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Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday April 6 2010
Time: 2:17PM

Comments

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where would he go? madrid already have 7 defenders.
Chelsea24/7
06/04/2010 18:47:00
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Really? Sometimes I think they need all seven at once. Good job they have the odd frontman or two that can score.
SFC Forever
06/04/2010 19:05:00
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Vidic could go to Arsenal(joke) after Messi outclassed Silvestre.
ACLamp
07/04/2010 12:59:00
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Glad to hear Vidic say hes staying a while longer yet.....
niteworlok
07/04/2010 21:41:00
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vidic would have tried to kungfu Messi and ending up bending his knee backwards kicking himself in the balls idiot.
Uskok
08/04/2010 06:27:00
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Messi on form is unplayable, so why would Vidic kung fu him?? Vidic knows Taekwondo - not kung fu............
niteworlok
08/04/2010 18:13:00
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So, at least two more years with unmotivated elbowing in the PL. Thank you for the heads up!
NorwaySpurs
09/04/2010 18:24:00
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Well, Carragher is just as bad if not worse.
niteworlok
11/04/2010 16:56:00
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