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Three to Four Weeks!

Three to Four Weeks!

I suppose the diagnosis is better than we first feared.

Carted off on a stretcher at Villa Park there were, initially, fears that Javier Hernandez could be set for a long absence.

Thankfully, it seems that our Mexican hot-shot will only be missing for something like three to four weeks with Sir Alex Ferguson remarking, after the game,

"He has damaged the ligaments and will be out for three to four weeks. It`s a bad time for us for injuries, it`s just as well we have got a strong squad."

Four weeks takes us past the hectic festive programme though, although we hasten to add that we shouldn`t rush Javier back.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday December 4 2011
Time: 12:13PM

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Ouch! I've tore the ligaments in my ankle myself, it leaves ya in so much discomfort. Poor sod, here's hoping him a speedy recovery.
TheFamousNo7
04/12/2011 13:36:00
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Saw footage of the injury on MoTD - must be one of the weirdest injuries I've ever seen. No one touched him, he wasn't jumping and he wasn't even running that fast! Did he have some kind of preexisting injury or something?
fifthcolumnblue
04/12/2011 16:00:00
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Feck knows fcb maybe it was just one of the moments where your leg just goes from underneath ya.
TheFamousNo7
04/12/2011 16:59:00
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