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A Boost for Sir Alex

A Boost for Sir Alex

As Sir Alex Ferguson contemplates which eleven to start with down at the Liberty Stadium this Saturday evening, he`ll welcome the news that two of his regular starters are available for selection.

Reports suggest that both Ashley Young and Tom Cleverley have fully recovered from the knocks that have kept them out in recent weeks.

Young hasn`t played since injuring a toe in training whilst Cleverley has been out since being savaged by Kevin Davies in our Premier League fixture at the Reebok Stadium.

Unfortunately, the news isn`t so good when it comes to Danny Welbeck.

Danny returned to Old Trafford before England took on Sweden on Tuesday night, with a muscle injury, and is rated as a major doubt for the clash with newly promoted Swansea City.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday November 17 2011
Time: 4:38PM

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Great to see Young and Cleverley back in the side, our performances without them have been far from convincing. It's a shame to see Welbeck out though, I assume he would've been on the bench though and used as a super sub behind Hernandez and Rooney.
TheFamousNo7
17/11/2011 17:53:00
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