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Ferdinand's Back Is The Problem

Ferdinand's Back Is The Problem

Sir Alex confirmed that doctors had identified the source of Rio Ferdinand's persistent injury problems: as suspected, it is his back that troubles him. However, reports that he'll be out until the New Year have been exaggerating.

'It is back related,' Fergie said.

'We are putting a timescale on it, but it is not a situation where we are saying it will be months, it might be a couple of weeks or it might be a few weeks but that is it.'

Hopefully it's true because another drawn out story in the Gary Neville/Hargreaves mould would be devastating...



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Writer:Zae
Date:Friday November 20 2009
Time: 5:34PM

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Perhaps some better news today then. Rio is quality but i'm starting to think we really need a good, reliable, consistent, experienced CB.
One United 92
20/11/2009 17:55:00
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For a sub that is.
One United 92
20/11/2009 17:56:00
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Yeah, well, that sounds good but name one player who meets all those criteria and is available at a reasonable price...
Zae
20/11/2009 18:26:00
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True
One United 92
21/11/2009 00:07:00
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Zae, you missed a letter out of the title: "Ferdinand is back, is the problem."
BlueWolfie
21/11/2009 10:18:00
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Wes has settled in pretty well and that performance of his in the chelsea game would have done him a world of good.
Antriksh (abmtd)
22/11/2009 05:42:00
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ha ha BW, actually i was gonna point out that 'Back Is' in the title was completely dispensible.
johnny come lately
24/11/2009 11:21:00
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