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Ronaldo Out - Another 0-0 Draw Beckons

Ronaldo Out - Another 0-0 Draw Beckons

Ronaldo is unlikely to be able to participate in Tuesday's Champions League game at Villarreal as he picked up an injury in yesterday's 0-0 draw at Villa Park.

As Berbatov is also likely to be out while Rooney and Tevez are struggling for form, we must be wondering where the goals will come from? We've played three games with Villarreal during our history so far and all ended 0-0...

'His leg is in a mess. He is doubtful for Tuesday,' Fergie said about Ronaldo. Nani's set to replace him - and hopefully Anderson will start in midfield, and not Giggs.

So, another 0-0 draw? The second successive overall and the fourth consecutive one against Villarreal? Looks likely as our opponents are in no great shape, losing 3-0 at home... We'll assess the game in more detail tomorrow.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Sunday November 23 2008
Time: 9:35PM

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enjoy 1 man team 2 - 1 only 1 nasri
Arsenal_1_Best
24/11/2008 11:42:00
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Ronaldos head is bigger than Flamboro
Tiny T
24/11/2008 13:47:00
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united 4 the treble !!!!
matth01
24/11/2008 13:47:00
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Actually, Ronaldo is fit and will travel with the squad. But I think unsurprisingly its Berbatov we're missing the most!
ForeverUnited
24/11/2008 15:16:00
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Why why why? How did you know? Two 0-0 draws in a row are worrying. Hopefully we will absolutely thrash City to prove our critics wrong, but I do just worry. City look (dare I say this?) a pretty decent side at the moment, which, I am sorry, is not what we have been playing like in the last two games
Man utd champions
28/11/2008 16:44:00
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