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No Break!

United have been boosted by the news that Rio Ferdinand did NOT break his foot in the 2-2 draw at the Riverside.

A club spokesman told www.manutd.com

'Rio went for a scan on Monday and we can confirm that he has not suffered any break.'

Though it is still unclear how long he will be sidelined, the news is a welcome one, especailly when you consider talismanic Serb Nemanja Vidic is also sidelined.

Sir Alex is expected to reveal the likely timeline for Rio's comeback in his Pre-Match conference tommorow, but for now it is surely good news.

More to follow.

Writer:United4Life
Date:Monday April 7 2008
Time: 6:00PM

Comments

0
Good for you then!
Fan of Blues
07/04/2008 18:12:00
0
Back for Arsenal maybe?
Paulinho
07/04/2008 19:52:00
0
HOPEFULLY!
java
07/04/2008 22:47:00
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Good to hear he hasn't broken it, we'll need him in the Summer Euros... No, wait... :( As long as he is out for the weekend, he can come back whenever...
The_Legend_Of_Zola
07/04/2008 23:24:00
0
Thank god for that
cyjax
08/04/2008 00:23:00
0
Could be back for Roma, woohoo!
Tosswink
08/04/2008 14:47:00
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I say don't risk him against Roma!!!
java
08/04/2008 18:28:00
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