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Hernandez Concerns!

Having reported that Javier Hernandez spent a night in a New Jersey hospital suffering from a mild concussion, the press have gone into overdrive this morning.

Both leading tabloid have taken great pain in pointing out that Javier, whilst at his previous club, Chivas, suffered form migraines.

By the power of communication they`ve managed to get hold of a few words from the Chivas chief medical officer - Rafael Ortega, which are supposed to sew some seeds of doubts into our minds.

Words that read,

"As a youth player here, he suffered from acute migraines. Originally it manifested itself as a headache but afterwards the symptoms disappeared."

"We had some studies done but that was six years ago and he has done well since."

"I don`t know if there is a connection between the two situations and I don`t know if this will affect him in the future."


Now on the surface they might give cause for concern but having received the best treatment a New Jersey hospital can give, we`ll take comfort from the thoughts of Sir Alex Ferguson who has responded,

"He stayed in overnight and they did MRI scans which were all clear."

And with Javier being discharged the following day we suspect that the tabloid press have indulged in a nice little piece of scare-mongering here!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 29 2011

Time: 4:26PM

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I'm glad to hear everything is OK and I for one can't wait to see him back in action.
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