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Saha Knows How To Avoid Injuries

Saha Knows How To Avoid Injuries

Louis Saha wows to always give one hunder per cent effort to our cause, that's his priority, not avoiding injuries.

The infamously injury-prone French striker returned from a long absence on Saturday, scoring the only goal in our 1-0 win over Sunderland. Sir Alex Ferguson hailed his impact and claimed we missed him. Saha himself remains determined to finally have a really good season.

'I know exactly how not to get injured,' SkySports quotes him.

'All I have to do is play without full commitment. But I won't do it, I can't do it.

'United players have to play at 100 per cent, so if things like this happen to me, it is just because of the game.

'Now I have an amazing chance to try and get fitter over the next two weeks because before this, I only played in a couple of training games.'


Fortunately, he's not been included (sensibly) in France's squad for the qualifiers against Scotland and Italy - that's a blessing as he picked up so many injuries playing for Les Bleus.

He will be a big asset if he remains fit. I still trust Saha, he's the main reason I wasn't among those who screamed out for another striker. Hopefully he'll finally prove me right.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Sunday September 2 2007
Time: 9:49PM

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It's a shame not more of these 'namby pamby' over paid footballers don't think more like him
herringthorpe
02/09/2007 22:56:00
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His attitude and commitment in games was never questioned. Why he finds it so difficult to recover from injuries is another matter...
midlothian99
03/09/2007 16:55:00
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He is a bit like Robben in a way, since he has joined you he has spent more time on the table than the pitch but that doesn't take away his quality and when he does play he is your main threat in front of goal.
Dicksy
04/09/2007 11:33:00
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