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Evra Might Play Against Everton

Good news are aplenty these days: yesterday Rio Ferdinand, Ji-sung Park and Wes Brown all returned to the United team which subsequently smashed West Bromwich away from home. Today's news is that Patrice Evra and Nani might be available for the league game against Everton on Saturday. Fergie revealed that the French left-back is progressing well after recovering from an ankle injury sustained against Chelsea.

'Patrice may have a chance for Saturday against Everton. If the game had still been on Monday I`d say he`ll definitely play. But he`s still got a chance of making it.

'Nani should also be fit for Saturday as well. The ones still unavailable are Jonny Evans, Rafael and Fabio, and Anderson.'


And he reiterated that Wayne Rooney won't be rushed back from his hamstring injury which, seeing that Tevez is slowly finding his best form, is a wise thing.




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 28 2009

Time: 12:58PM

Your Comments

Oh goody. We don't have a right winger anyway so it makes little difference defensively, and your likely to cause enough problems offensively regardless if he plays or not. Would make no sense to rush him back unless your particularly concerned about Tony Hibberts crossing ability.
EvertonMike
fantastic news.I was really concerned for our defence,but after seeing rio and brown back,it has eased my nerves and the return of evra will not only us strong defensively but also provide us with an attacking threat.
abmutd
It'll be a MAJOR MAJOR boost to have Evra back against a very organised side like Everton!
ForeverUnited
lol @ evertonmike
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