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Fletcher Update

Stricken with a chronic bowel condition, Sir Alex Ferguson has given us an update on the progress being made by the Scottish midfielder and it`s good news.

Talking about a possible return, Sir Alex Ferguson has remarked,

"We`re hoping he starts pre-season training."

"He`s on a recovery road at the moment in the sense of some work he`s doing, but we`re not able to assess that because we don`t know enough about it."

"Darren`s medical people are dealing with that. Our doctors have got a good idea about the situation, but at the moment the boy`s doing his best to come back."


I`m sure you`ll join me in wishing Darren all the best.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 5 2012

Time: 11:51AM

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For those who don't know what Darren has, It is not a case of got it, got it treated, cured, he will have it for life, it's a case of Managing the condition, and him being a footballer and who is fit, he MAY be better prepared than those who are not as fit as him, I Wish him all the best and with the right drugs and medical care he may go into remission for a few years and able to carry on playing at the top level, good luck Darren.
cityman51
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05/05/2012 20:34:00

Great news but like cityman has already said Fletchers condition really isn't a simple one and really does leave you debilitated. Fletcher may be able to make a consistent run back in the first team however we shouldn't hold out breath on it. The fact that he's making a comeback at all is remarkable and a testament to the player and character Fletcher is. However, I feel the club should prepare for the worst and consider taking advantage of the transfer window and get a DM in, young or experienced, as there's a clear lack of closing down, breaking up play and defensive cover in midfield when he's not on the pitch.
TheFamousNo7
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