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Vidic: Shrug And Move On

Vidic: Shrug And Move On

Nemanja Vidic stated that United must move on and concentrate on coping without the injured Wayne Rooney.

The striker is set to be out for two months but it's no good lamenting it, or the slow start made against Reading, says the Serb who is expected to play a key part in United's campaign again.

'We have dropped two points already and we are disappointed with that,' he said.

'But we cannot afford to think about it too much. It is a long season, so all we can do is assess where we made the mistakes and try to improve.

'Portsmouth are always a difficult team to play against anyway, so we cannot afford to go into the match still thinking about what happened against Reading.'


I daresay our achievements will depend on our attacking capabilities - if we can score goals as we did last season, Vidic and co. will do their job sufficiently to win trophies.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday August 15 2007
Time: 12:24PM

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via has the right attitude, we cant get down after one result, otherwise we will become like spurs. im expecting a backlash tonight and we will show the rest of the premiership that we are still the best team in the country!!!
united4life
15/08/2007 16:46:00
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Reading and Pompey...yeah, you sure look like champs ...LOOOL
Blue is the colour
15/08/2007 22:39:00
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with the league being so close these past few seasons, dropping unnessecary points is not good.
rk1888
17/08/2007 12:36:00
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