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Smalling`s Season is Over

Smalling`s Season is Over

Any aspirations our young defender, Chris Smalling, had of finishing the season with a flourish have been dashed.

Manchester United have released a statement confirming that Smalling has picked up a groin injury that will see him miss the last game of the season up at Sunderland whilst also missing the Euro 2012 Finals.

Talking about the injury, Sir Alex Ferguson told the media,

'Chris has suffered a bad injury. It is a groin muscle injury and he'll miss the European Championship.'

Tough luck on Chris but he`s young enough to play his part in many more international finals over the coming years.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday May 11 2012
Time: 11:26AM

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It'll be interesting to see whether he would've went to the Euros anyway with Terry, Ferdinand, Lescott, Cahill, Jagielka and Jones also all vying for a place also. Shame really for Smalling but his still got a long future ahead of him I'm sure he'll play in many tournaments in the future.
TheFamousNo7
11/05/2012 13:24:00
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On the bright side, at least he now gets to avoid the demoralising media savaging that the England players will inevitably get when they get knocked out meekly.
fifthcolumnblue
11/05/2012 23:00:00
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