26 February, 2013 - 18:46

Man Utd Vidic hopes to end his knee problems

Man Utd Vidic hopes to end his knee problems

Manchester United skipper Nemanja Vidic expects to return to his best in two or three months, should he manage to escape knee injury setback.

Vidic’s career at Man Utd stalled, after he has suffered ligament damage in Champions’ League encounter against Basel in December 2011. He spent on the sidelines the rest of the season, and then underwent a surgery in 2012, before returning to action this season. Sir Alex Ferguson tried to use the player as cautious as it was possible in attempt to avoid injury setbacks. Vidic is determined that such an approach helps him to bounce back to his best just in time for the season’s climax.

He said: “With playing Wednesday and Saturday, some games I have to think if it’s good for myself to play or not. After every game I feel better and better, which is a good sign. Sometimes I will get reactions, sometimes not. When I have got through two or three months without injuries, I will be fine. It’s not long-term. It’s normal procedure after this kind of operation. We have to manage the knee for the next two or three months and after that it’s going to be normal.”

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Author: Basil Naumov

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