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United - Nani Injury Boost!

One of the disappointments of the 2010 World Cup, for me, was the late withdrawal, due to injury, from the Portuguese squad of Nani

Nani had enjoyed a more than decent second half to the season and with his form being so could was looking as if he could be one of the stars of the tournament.

As it turned out the mediocre fare served up only emphasized that belief.

But, thankfully, it looks as if Nani is on course to make his comeback in time for the crucial big Premier League kick-off against Newcastle. Speaking from the North America tour, he`s remarked,

"I have just started training with the team three days ago and I`m feeling good now."

"My fitness is there and I hope I can play a bit on this tour and think about starting the season."


Just take it one day at a time, if the Premier League title is to return to Old Trafford, Nani could be one of our most influential players.

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday July 20 2010
Time: 5:00PM

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Waiting for him to fill Ronaldo's shoes and hit 43 goals this season coming ;)
TheFamousNo7
20/07/2010 23:39:00
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Great news it would be great to see Nani build on what he did last season. But I really think its just slightly optimistic to think he'll ever be as good as Ronaldo.
khoder
21/07/2010 13:14:00
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