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O'Shea Out For The Rest Of The Season

O'Shea Out For The Rest Of The Season

Can you believe it? All the problems we've had in the back four are just not easing. Ferdinand and Vidic are still not back and now it turns out that we won't John O'Shea on the pitch again this season.

'He's got a terrible injury at the moment,' Sir Alex said in the Irish Independent.

'It's one of those sorts of injuries that are unusual. It's like a dead leg except a dead leg is usually only three or four days.

'The problem is that the blood clot became all knotted and when it gets knotted you get calcification so therefore it's a long process to clear that up and he'll probably miss the season now.

'It's a bad blow for the boy and for the team because he can play anywhere.

'When you look at all the problems I've had with the back four this season, he could have played every single one.'


Which means that Gary Neville will certainly play a lot of games this season which means that we're screwed... Please, let Rio and Vidic return so we'll have Brown and Rafael for the right-back position, please. Oh, and please God, keep Evra and Fabio fit so that we won't need cover at left-back.

O'Shea is not the most talented player of course but Fergie is right: he can play just about anywhere and that's why he's been sorely missed and he'll be desperately missed in the latter stages of the campaign.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday January 21 2010
Time: 9:29AM

Comments

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Oh, he's only out for the season, he want's to come out permanently the chicken, John O'Shea is so far back in the closet he's in ******** Narnia
SIR TROYSTER
21/01/2010 14:00:00
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hes spent too much time with will young me thinks
bluemooner_mcfc
21/01/2010 14:18:00
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Tiantic United - you lot just kep hitting them icebergs, don't you?
BlueWolfie
21/01/2010 17:24:00
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Damn we really could have used his versatility towards the end of the season.
khoder
22/01/2010 03:46:00
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Make no mistake about this player,he is a lot more important to our team than people think and his absence is surely our loss.
Antriksh (abmtd)
22/01/2010 14:54:00
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Hes very verstile - but we have strength in the depth of our squad - we will prevail!
niteworlok
22/01/2010 23:02:00
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