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Three to Four Weeks!

The news that broke relating to Anders Lindegaard picking up an ankle in training probably couldn`t have come at a worse time for the Danish keeper.

Having edged aside David de Gea since the Blackburn defeat over the festive break, Lindegaard appeared to have established himself as first choice, something that could have been further enhanced with De Gea sidelined with an illness in midweek.

However, according to the tabloid press, Lindegaard will be out for a period to three to four weeks as he recovers from his injury, we`d imagine by the time he recovers, De Gea may well hold the upper hand.

What is it they say about competition for places being healthy?



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 2 2012

Time: 5:00PM

 

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