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Friday, December 30, 2011

Facing Blackburn A Number Of MU Player Still Injuries

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The match at the end of this year will be a quite a dilemma for the MU. Although their rival on Saturday, December 31, is Blackburn, Manchester United are suffering a lot of players injured.

The match is scheduled to take place at 12:45 GMT at Old Trafford certainly provides little hope for Ferguson. The coaches would like Ferdinand, Phil Jones, and Chris Smalling appear at the end game for this year. Based on the results of medical examination, Smalling almost certainly not present. Caused an acute febrile illness accompanied by flu and exhaustion. "You (Smalling) can not go back into the best condition in 2 months. It took an additional 3-4 weeks to return to the gridiron," said Leather (former medical teams Liverpool and Sunderland) to the Daily Mail.

For a while Ferguson is expecting the sideline on Jonny Evans, but the long list of United players who suffered injuries (Darren Fletcher, Nemanja Vidic, Ashley Young, Tom Cleverley, Anderson, Jonny Evans, Fabio Da Silva and Michael Owen) is quite disturbing the Red Devils. How not, MU's defense is really threatened.

However, Ferguson still has many opportunities of his attackers. To compensate for the weakness on the defense side, Ferguson is expecting the intensity of attack from Berbatov and Rooney. At least it is expected that Blackburn can not take the opportunity to tearing MU defense. For Blackburn, have their own problems but Martin Olsson has an outside chance of returning, even if Gael Givet is still out. David Dunn and Junior Hoillett joined the 10-strong list of casualties but both could have fitness tests on hamstring injuries. Mark Bunn deputized for Paul Robinson with a man-of-the-match display at Anfield.

Currently Manchester City still occupies the highest standings. To be able to capture the highest standings, so the Red Devils just enough series. Then enter the year 2012 MU is the holder of the highest standings.

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