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Tuesday Night`s Casualty Update

Having lost two more defenders to injury, on Tuesday night, in the narrow 2-1 win over Marseille that took United into the last eight of the Champions League, Sir Alex Ferguson has given an update on when we can expect to see them in action.

John O`Shea who limped off in the first half with a hamstring injury, to be replaced by Rafael, is expected to be on the sidelines for five weeks.

Rafael, his replacement, who also limped out of the action in the second half, is expected to be out for a period of two to three weeks.

The prognosis for the latter, therefore; is significantly better than that for the former.




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 17 2011

Time: 5:00PM

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Could've been alot worse but still hardly great.
TheFamousNo7
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17/03/2011 18:36:00

how come every year our defence gets wrecked with injuries? something wrong with their fitness or training? last year this cost us the title...seems like its the same road again..
alexpant
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17/03/2011 19:28:00

Chelsea is not the team they used to be, they beat us recently but that game could easily have ended to our advantage.. I think over 2 games we will win, we have a younger and better team, though Chelsea have less games as they are out of the FA cup. Could have been worse, though I think we could have beaten Real, however they will now surely go out to Barca in the semifinal. I had hoped for Schalke, that would have been the easiest tie.
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18/03/2011 12:27:00

 

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