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Ronaldo Surgery Successful

Ronaldo Surgery Successful

Cristiano Ronaldo underwent ankle surgery today in order to get rid of a problem that's been bothering him for weeks now. He was playing through the injury during the last few weeks of the campaign to help us to the glorious Double.

'Cristiano Ronaldo underwent surgery today (Monday 7 July) on his right ankle,' the club announced.

'The operation was performed by Professor C. Niek van Dijk at The Academic Medical Centre in Amsterdam and initial indications are that the procedure was successful.

An estimation of his return to full fitness will be possible following a review by the specialist in one month.


Looking forward to it, I really am...



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Writer:Zae
Date:Monday July 7 2008
Time: 6:39PM

Comments

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The man just cannot stay out of the news can he.
united4life
07/07/2008 18:47:00
0
A bit of good and bad news, its good he'll be back soon but Real may try their luck again now that his injury ain't as bad first feared.
Kanchelskis
07/07/2008 19:06:00
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Hearing this news, I almost feel nothing because I've lost the RONALDO - UNITED connection
ForeverUnited
08/07/2008 14:44:00
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same here, might be good news for madrid!
wimp2k7
09/07/2008 09:01:00
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Should this Op not have been done as soon as Portugal were knocked out of the Euro's?? Seems daft waiting nearly a month.
Tiny T
09/07/2008 15:45:00
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so you lot have turned on him, eh? can't blame you at all.
RadioactiveD
10/07/2008 00:03:00
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Now he's a Slave, what do you do to your players.????
Tiny T
11/07/2008 07:59:00
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