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It Didn`t Quite End Right!

And so the curtain came down on Edwin van der Sar`s career in not exactly the style he wanted.

But, Edwin, as they say, had a good innings and can reflect on some wonderful times in his United career.

Reflecting on Saturday night and the defeat at the hands of a very good Barcelona team, Edwin had this to say,

"I`m quite relaxed, as s*** happens."

"It would have been great to have gone out with a win, but it didn`t happen."

"We`re disappointed, but that`s life - sometimes you win, sometimes you lose."

"But this is the right time for me to retire, and I`m happy with my decision."


And as for the future, Edwin looks set to return to Holland, further remarking,

"I`ve taken coaching badges here in England, but I`m not sure if I will finish them."

"I`ve put myself forward to do that in Holland as well, but I think I want to take a year out right now."

"I want to watch games with friends on a Saturday and have a nice meal, then watch a Sunday game, play golf and have family time."


Here at Vital Manchester United we wish Edwin all the best and thank him for everything he done for us!



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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 30 2011

Time: 2:32PM

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Edwin, you've been brilliant and thanks for everything. The saddest point of the night was knowing that it was your last game. Best of luck for the future.
TheFamousNo7
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30/05/2011 16:57:00

Edwin you've been great for us, good luck for the future I hope you stay in football as a coach, youth team players could learn a lot from you not just skills wise but from your professionalism and mentality.
Kanchelskis
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30/05/2011 17:20:00

was he at fault for one of the goals though?
merlin
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30/05/2011 19:27:00

 

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