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Utd Clarify Saha Situation

Utd Clarify Saha Situation

A statement on the clubs official website today allayed fears previously stirred, and confirmed that Louis Saha will be fit for the beginning of the new season.

It was first announced by Ranko Stojic, Saha`s former (yes, FORMER) agent that Saha would be sidelined until November due to his knee operation, however United have today set about clarifying the situation, stating that in fact Saha is on course to begin training as normal.

'Louis underwent surgery in the USA earlier this month to treat a knee problem that developed at the end of last season. Louis is currently continuing his rehabilitation in France under guidance from the specialist and the club's medical team. He is making good progress and is expected to be fit for full training by the start of the new season.'

The news comes as a huge relief to all Saha fans, and suggests that perhaps Saha does still have something to offer our club.



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Writer:United4Life
Date:Thursday June 14 2007
Time: 7:35PM

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Thats good hopefully we can get him playing again
mattweeden
14/06/2007 19:44:00
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it will be very good to see him playing again i cant remember the last time i saw him start a match
rooneyisgod
14/06/2007 21:38:00
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