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United - Nani`s Miraculous Recovery

United - Nani`s Miraculous Recovery

Only last week everybody was inferring that our Portuguese winger, Nani, would be sidelined for several weeks.

Now it seems that Nani could be on the verge of making something of a miraculous comeback and could even feature this Tuesday when we entertain Marseille, in the Champions League.

Speaking about such a situation, Sir Alex Ferguson ommented,

"Nani has had the stitches removed and has a chance for Tuesday."

"He`s done some work on the bike, but the problem is that he hasn`t trained yet."


Common sense suggests that Nani may well have to be content with a place on the bench this Tuesday, or does it?




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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday March 13 2011
Time: 12:22PM

Comments

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:D A good day gets better! With Nani's progression as a player I wonder if we can stick him wide left again? I'm sure his ambidexterity will allow him to play on the left side as well as he has done on the right and his increased ability, confidence and decision making will surely man he can slip back into his favoured role whilst Valencia take's to the right.
TheFamousNo7
13/03/2011 13:43:00
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Ah, so playing up the injury failed to get Carragher in trouble so he's given up the faking and ready to play again. What a classy guy. Suits your club perfectly though...
fifthcolumnblue
13/03/2011 14:21:00
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Go cry a river.
TheFamousNo7
13/03/2011 15:13:00
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The tackle was horrible and the pictures of the injury even worse, fifthcolumnblue...if you deny that, then ur deluded... Find something else to complain about...like chelski's horrible year, your crazy rewardless spending, or about dolphins dying..
alexpant
13/03/2011 17:32:00
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perhaps we could discuss City's 35th season without a trophy!
Red Boy
13/03/2011 19:03:00
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^ They will begin a rant on how the blue moon is rising or some nonsense along those lines.
TheFamousNo7
13/03/2011 20:41:00
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The tackle was horrible and deserved a red - I have said that all along. What I'm discussing is how Nani's little Lazarus act backfired on him. Nobody beleives the boy who cries wolf, and the way some people were going on about the injury it sounded as though he migh need his leg amputating. But it's pretty clear to me that it wasn't quite as bad as all you hysterical little girls made out. Faking it? Probably.
fifthcolumnblue
13/03/2011 20:50:00
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FCB - What is with you? You talk of Vital Utd being boring and yet you're always here! Your little quips and snide comments arent welcome on here. So just do one! You need more hobbies I suspect
ForeverUnited
14/03/2011 02:23:00
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Filthcolumn is just loading of filth as usual, pay no attention to him, he is desperate to support a club with actual ambition, talent and history, thats why he comes to vital united, sad really, on that note, the bitters did great in Euro League, haha... Cant wait for us to play Nani and Valencia, we are so more deadly with the flanks covered by true wingers, hope we get to see both of them against Marseilles
nordkap
14/03/2011 07:29:00
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My presence on Vital manure at least gets a rise out of some of you chumps. If it wasn't for Famous, Bluedub and myself having the odd dingdong you wouldn't have a site at all. P.S. armchair fans like nerdkrap should have plenty of time to post on here shouldn't they? Or is the internet intermittent in your particular part of Scandinavia?
fifthcolumnblue
14/03/2011 10:01:00
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