Nemanja Vidic says it’s unexplainable why the top quality players from different countries are frequently signing the contracts in China while most of them are young and good enough to play in better leagues around the world.
In the view of the Yugoslavian born Ex-Serbia international, it might be the case of the players listening to their conscience as there are certain points in the lives of the players when they feel this is the correct timing for a particular move and then, they make it. For an outsider, it might seem like a strange and a wrong decision at that time, but, from the players’ perspectives, they do what they feel like doing.
Vidic cited the example of himself and talked about the time when he had cut ties with United and had moved to feature in the league in Italy where he remained only for a couple of seasons before bidding adieu to his career.
It’s not likely that Nemanja Vidic will be a player of Inter Milan for another season as he has had a difficult time with the Italian club and are rumors are claiming that his time is almost up in San Siro. The Serbian defender has not played a single match in this current season and this is due to a hernia surgery that he sustained in the previous summer.
Vidic hasn’t been playing any significant role in the Italian club and there is a big probability that he is going to be transferred away from Inter Milan during the winter transfer window. In the first season that Vidic spent in Italy, he played fairly well but things have taken a huge slip and now his future is starting to seem unclear.
Despite Netherlands emerging as the winning side taking on Wales at the Cardiff City Stadium the other night, their boss Danny Blind was not a happy man as he believed it could have been a clean sheet and it’s only because of slight faults in the defence that the margin of win got diminished.
The Oranje saw two goals getting scored against them and both of them were off free kicks which according to Blind, could have been avoided if the defence had been tighter in its work.
In the words of Blind, “To concede a couple in that fashion, it’s irritating and it’s not the first time. Even in the qualifiers, there were occasions when it happened. It’s an area which needs improvement.”
“We had a decent beginning and then we let the momentum slip away and we were actually under pressure at one point of time. So, while, it’s good to win, you also have to be realistic and acknowledge the mistakes.”
QPR manager Chris Ramsey has admitted that he is having his fingers crossed about the fitness of defender Paul Konchesky, who has been brought to the club on a season-long loan deal.
The 34-year-old is the only fit left back to the club. Even though Ramsey has two other options, they both are injured thus leaving Konchesky to fill this key position. The manager would not have envisaged such a situation at the club given that he had three left backs at his disposal. Armand Traore and Yun suk-Young are the other two options, but Ramsey has confirmed that they are unlikely to be available within the next couple of weeks.
Former Manchester United defender Gerard Pique says that he has never witnessed Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand have a bad game as a partnership.
The duo played together for several years at United. Their quality was the basis behind United winning numerous titles towards the end of Sir Alex Ferguson’s regime. The departure of both players in recent years has been seen as an end of the era. The new-age central defenders are not just required to mark their opposition and keep them out of bay, but also be extremely good on the ball. This was something both Vidic and Ferdinand were good at even during their time according to Pique.
The 33 year old Serbian defender, NemanjaVidic is currently performing with Inter Milan as he joined the Italian club on a free transfer on July of 2014. The debut season of Vidic at Inter Milan has been a mixed one as the defender received a red card during his first competitive match which Inter Milan played against Torino and ended in a goal-less draw.
Vidic has managed to step it up and recover from his horrendous debut match with the Italian club and he has even been linked with a return to Manchester United as the Premier League side is believed to be interested in re- signing NemanjaVidic but the agent of the defender has shut down all of those rumors.
Silvano Martina is the agent of NemanjaVidic and he has stated that the experienced defender will not be leaving Inter Milan in the summer.
Nemanja Vidic appears to be on the verge of an exit from Inter Milan after reportedly falling out with manager Roberto Mancini.
The Serbian defender only joined the Italian outfit in the summer after leading Manchester United on a free transfer. During his time at the Premier League outfit, Vidic became recognised as one of the best defenders in the world. His performances – even during his final few years at United – did drop but he was still seen as a top defender nonetheless. It is frequently reported that Vidic could engineer a move back to Old Trafford in the summer.
Former Inter Milan striker Diego Milito says that he is confident that his former club can return to their glory days under the management of Roberto Mancini, who returned to the club for a second spell.
The poor run of form throughout Walter Mazzarri’s regime did not appear to go away and the club decided to take action by sacking the former Napoli boss after the 2-2 draw against Hellas Verona. This was the third match without a win in all competitions for the Italian outfit and it left them ninth in the table.
New Inter Milan manager Roberto Mancini reckons that defender Nemanja Vidic needs more time to adapt in the Italian Serie A.
The manager has had to defend the Serbian who joined the club only in the summer. He was expected to bring some much-needed confidence, quality, and experience to the back four. His start to life in Italy has been extremely poor as Vidic has found himself on the wrong end of several goals conceded by his team.
This led to the 33-year-old immediately being dropped for Mancini’s first match in charge against arch-rivals AC Milan.
Former Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic has spoken about the importance of returning to Champions League for his new club Inter Milan. The Serbian defender moved to Italy on a free transfer, thus bringing an end to his long spell at United. Vidic came to United in 2006 and was part of numerous title winning teams before becoming the captain of the club. Even though he has suffered several injury problems in the last two years, he still remains a defender at the top of his game. Inter Milan moved in quickly to secure his signature.