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Ashley Young Ruled Out for Rest of Season With Ankle Injury: The Mid-Morning EPL

ashley young Ashley Young Ruled Out for Rest of Season With Ankle Injury: The Mid Morning EPL

It hasn’t been the luckiest of season for Manchester United winger Ashley Young. The footballer has only made 19 league appearances this season, and was substituted off the pitch on April 4 against Manchester City after picking up an ankle injury. Today, manager Sir Alex Ferguson has ruled the winger out for the rest of the season.

With Manchester United on the verge of winning the Premier League title, the injury shouldn’t negatively impact the club’s fortunes this season.

Since there’s been so much news breaking this morning in England and elsewhere, I thought I’d share all of the headlines with you now instead of waiting until this evening.

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One Response to Ashley Young Ruled Out for Rest of Season With Ankle Injury: The Mid-Morning EPL

  1. imran says:

    this is great news! ashley young is rubbish.

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