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The United captain gave the 2006 medal to former team-mate Giuseppe Rossi

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Nemanja Vidic of Manchester United is helped off the pitch

Nemanja Vidic warned he cannot expect to walk back into Manchester United side

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Newcastle travel to Portugal in the Europa League

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Nemanja Vidic is determined to ensure the FA Cup is part of this season's trophy haul when he heads off on his summer break.

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