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Ole's Had Another Op

Ole's Had Another Op

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has undergone yet another surgery after some discomfort in his knee.

United's veteran Norwegian's got a knee problem again, of course but he's expected to be fit for the start of the new season as his latest operation was a minor one.

However, he'll miss Norway's Wednesday qualifier against Hungary but the Scandinavians are expected to win easily even without him.

'The surgery went fine, but he won't be able to play in the game against Hungary on Wednesday,' Norway's team doctor Thor Einar Anderson said.

'We found what we expected when we looked at his knee. It was a bit swollen and the knee joint was a bit irritated, but we treated it.

'Hopefully his knee will be better when he resumes his training. We hope that this is not something that will return again and again, but it's too soon to say.'

It seems to me that Ole's only substantial contribution to Manchester United's case in the future will be in a coaching role...

Here at Vital we wish him all the best, again. Hope he'll make a quick recovery!



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Writer:Zae
Date:Monday June 4 2007
Time: 3:09PM

Comments

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i hope he aint out long hes missed enough games we need it still.
rooneyisgod
04/06/2007 15:14:00
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He's crocked. Sell him to Sunderland.
BaldEagle
04/06/2007 15:15:00
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Don't think he'd want to go. He's a legend here, I don't think he'd like to go on until 40 like Sheringham. Ole will retire from United and become a coach at the club.
midlothian99
04/06/2007 15:16:00
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Sell Him? You having a laugh? Ole is a legend and he can stay as long as he likes! Also he did score some very importent goals last season
mattweeden
04/06/2007 15:28:00
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Well said, matt. Remember his goals against Newcastle? Classic :-)
midlothian99
04/06/2007 15:31:00
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and the winning goal against reading in the replay of the F.A cup game.
mattweeden
04/06/2007 15:41:00
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And the winning goal against Celtic while we're at it :)
Zae
04/06/2007 15:42:00
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9 goals last seaon, i know many other strikers in the premiership younger than him that didnt achieve that last season!!
united4life
04/06/2007 16:27:00
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Saha scored 8 Premiership goals, Ole scored 7...
Zae
04/06/2007 23:48:00
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only 1 less then saha and i recken that saha had more game time, so that says it all
mattweeden
05/06/2007 03:01:00
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