Monday night’s Premier League game saw Manchester United fans say goodbye to central defender Nemanja Vidic, who is departing the club this summer.
The Serbian centre-half will bring the curtain down on his glittering nine-season stint with current English champions in the summer.
Vidic has already signed for Italian giants Inter Milan as a free agent and he will be opening a new chapter of his professional career in 2014/15. He, however, claimed that he will be forever grateful to United for offering him an opportunity to grace the very top of the game and land 10 major honours – including five Premier League titles.
Nemanja Vidic will stop playing for Manchester United this summer but the Reds’ young defenders of Manchester United Language & Soccer Schools should, in Vida’s four remaining months, soak up as much of his experience and advice as possible.
Manchester United Soccer Schools (MUSS) is a truly international camp hosting players (8- 17 years) from more than 60 countries. It is a unique and life-enriching experience.
During two weeks, players will learn a great deal of English, improve their football skills, make new friends and grow in confidence and self-belief.
The Junior camp ensures boys of a similar age play and live together. They are looked after by 3 teams of staff: MUSS coaches, English language teachers and a 24/7 pastoral care team including qualified physiotherapists. Juniors will have fun on and off the pitch and a chance to benefit from our accelerated learning model where English is spoken all day, every day in a safe and secure environment.
Prodirekt LLC, with its regional language network Verbalisti, represents exclusively Manchester United Soccer Schools in Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, and Macedonia. The non-exclusive representation of MUSS covers the whole world, so contact us and enroll to “play the united way“.