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Richard Jolly profile picture Posted by Richard Jolly
May 6, 2014

Vidic ready for Old Trafford farewell

Nemanja Vidic prepared for his final game at Old Trafford by saying his spell at Manchester United will always remain the greatest time of his career.

Mitten: Woeful United set for a summer of change

The United skipper has agreed to join Inter Milan in the summer and insisted he will go with "no regrets" after deciding he could not line up for another Premier League club.

He will make his 299th and penultimate appearance for United against Hull on Tuesday as he brings down the curtain on a trophy-laden period.

Vidic, a 2006 signing from Spartak Moscow, enjoyed seven years of success before enduring a difficult final season but said his memories are entirely positive.

"I have no regrets," he told national newspapers. "I've given this club 100 percent and my time at this club will always rank as the best part of my career.

"It has been a great eight years -- or a great seven years because at the moment we are not doing so well.

"I never considered staying in England as the only club I ever wanted to play in this country is United and I have been lucky enough to be part of this club for so many years. I've got so many great memories. I never could have imagined winning 15 trophies, including five Premier League titles and the Champions League.

"I've played for the greatest manager [Sir Alex Ferguson] and I have learned a lot, not just on the pitch but off the pitch as well.

"Manchester United make you feel part of the family. It has been a great experience for me. I have developed as a man at this club. Manchester United make you feel part of the family. It has been a great experience for me and my family."

Vidic said it was easy to select the highlight of his time at United. "The Champions League final in 2008," he added. "You don't win the Champions League every year. The club has only won it three times and I was lucky to be part of one of those teams."

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