Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Vidic is back for the game against Sunderland says Sir Alex

Manchester United’s captain, who was perhaps going through the worst portion of his career, has recovered from his injury. Since picking up an injury last season, Nemanja Vidic returned for action when the season began. However, soon, he was injury-struck again and was sidelined.
He underwent a knee surgery after making his last appearance against Galatasaray in United’s 1 – 0 victory over them.  He will now be returning to face Sunderland this weekend.
Vidic was rumoured to be starting ahead of schedule against Manchester City on Sunday but Sir Alex Ferguson was not wishing to rush him back. He denied such rumours before kick-off, the other day.
“No. definitely not,” the boss said. “To put him in at City for h is first game back would be crazy but I think the Sunderland game definitely.”

Jonny Evans had picked up a hamstring injury against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium. He is very doubtful to start on Saturday and will most probably be replaced by Nemanja Vidic.
“Evans had a hamstring problem,” Sir Alex explained after the match. “He got it in the first half in a challenge from Balotelli but he played on while I had Chris Smalling warming up.
“It’s okay if you get through the first half but if you try to start again in the second half after cooling down, it can be a problem. So I knew he’d have to come off.”
For United, injury troubles are always coming in.

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