During the entire 15+ years long playing career of NemanjaVidcic, he has had to face off with top players from different clubs from all over the world.
Inter Milan and Manchester United are the top 2 European clubs that Vidic performed with back when he was still an active player and the Serbian defender was a regular starter for both of those teams.
Being a consistent starter in both Inter Milan and Manchester United, this has allowed NemanjaVidic on being able to compete in various different competitions as well as also being able to face off against a number of types of players.
It’s been around 7 months since NemanjaVidic announced his retirement from playing football at a competitive level and after having performed in top clubs and European competitions, the Serbian recently took time to talk about which player was the toughest one for him to play against as a defender.
As a defender, the main role that they have to accomplish is keep out the offensive forces from the opposing team by not allowing them any space to pass, dribble or move the ball around and hopefully get the chance to steal the ball away from them. Continue reading NemanjaVidic’s worst nightmare was Didier Drogba
Louis Van Gaal believes that the main reason behind Manchester United performing much better this season is that there is more balance in the squad now.
The Red Devils have won 5 out of their 7 games in the Premier League 2015-16.
They topped the table last weekend when they defeated the Black Cats at home.
Speaking post that win, Van Gaal said, “This is a good bunch of players. But, wins are never guaranteed. We might lose somewhere down the line. Luck plays its part as well. But, one thing is for sure is that we have got more balance in the squad this time around and thus, we should be having more positive results.”
“Improvement is something that we should always look for. We have to keep getting better and better with each passing week.”
“As far as I am concerned, rotating the players is much easier for me. If you had observed the previous season, I didn’t opt for much rotation as the balance was not there. So, I would say I am more comfortable now. But, you can only do so much as manager. It’s the players who hold the key. If the structure that is there in place is acceptable to everyone or not, that is very important. At the moment, I am doing my job and the players are doing their job fantastically well too.” Continue reading Louis Van Gaal happy with Squad