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More woes for Manchester United as injuries continue

Manchester United held their UEFA Champions League 15-minute media training on Monday morning at the AoN Training Complex, training which was taken without first-teamers Michael Carrick, Nemanja Vidic, Chris Smalling, Marouane Fellaini and Patrice Evra.

Carrick is slowly on his way back after recovering from a Achilles problem and has been taking part in light training away from the first-team over the past two weeks. Marouane Fellaini and Chris Smalling both missed the weekends action, with Moyes revealing after the match that Fellaini had a bruised back while Smalling was missing due to a tight hamstring.

The reason’s behind the absence of Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra from media training are yet unknown.

Hopefully we will hear more this afternoon during David Moyes’ press conference from the Europa Suite at Old Trafford, updates from 2pm GMT.

Some good news to come out of Monday morning’s training though, Shinji Kagawa returned after missing the 1-0 defeat to Newcastle United due to having his stomach pumped after consuming too much food.

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8 replies on “More woes for Manchester United as injuries continue”

“stomach pumped after consuming too much food” what does that mean? I’ve never need to have my stomach pumped after eating too much (and i’ve eaten masses on occasion!). That can’t be medical, is it some sort of bulimia? wtf

WHO is to say the top teams end their good runs,get injuries and start losing or drawing.Who is to say United get a couple of good players in January and they get their act together enough for top four place,that will be acceptable at least.If none of that happens,then a new manager would be a very good decision.

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