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Hernandez Blow

He`s only been back in pre-season a matter of days but already our Mexican striker, Javier Herandez, has been in the wars.

With Sir Alex Ferguson intimating that after being on international duty, with Mexico, he`ll be returned to the first team squad in a gradual manner, we suspect that didn`t include spending some time in a hospital in New Jersey.

Apparently, during training he fell foul to a head injury with the club admitting,

"Chicarito sustained a mild concussion during training."

"We have taken all the necessary precautions which included an overnight stay in hospital."

"The manager will issue updates in due course."


Hopefully it`s much ado about nothing!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 28 2011

Time: 6:13PM

Your Comments

The concussion has somehow ruled him out against City, I suspect he was never going to feature in the first place with Fergie determined to give him a rest an all.
TheFamousNo7
i hope berba relize that its welbeck's and macheda's turn to shine, his attitude sux, who the hell was he thanking after his goal if the 1 that gave him the great pass was rooney?
RedDevilKile
I'm sure he'll make a miraculous recovery in time to make the Community Shield - your players always seem to when it comes to playing City, which is surprising considering as we'rre supposed to matter so little to you LOL.
fifthcolumnblue
Berby's a lazy sod granted but I don't think you can deny his attitude change at the beginning of last season. He won't back on himself and was punished by Hernandez who forced him out of the side. Then in the 1st preseason friendly he was being lazy again and since then all of our striker par him have proved their worth during pre-season so, once again, when the heat was on he plays well and his link up play with Rooney which lead to Anderson's goal and his goal were sublime. The rewards seem to find him when he puts in a shift.
TheFamousNo7
Worrying reports in the press are quoting Hernandez's former club as saying he's had a long-standing neurological condition. Putting all rivalry aside I hope it's nothing too serious. The thought of one of your players getting concussion off a ball to the head in training is a bit giggle-inducing, but it's no longer funny if the guy has genuine medical problems.
fifthcolumnblue
An example of how all football fans should be fcb, thanks.
TheFamousNo7
It's only a game after all Famous.
fifthcolumnblue
Of course but not everyone realises that and you sometimes hear vile comments from people.
TheFamousNo7
 

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