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Injury Rules Manchester United Winger Nani Out For A Few Weeks: Nightly Soccer Report

nani Injury Rules Manchester United Winger Nani Out For A Few Weeks: Nightly Soccer Report

Manchester United have confirmed that Nani has suffered a hamstring injury that will rule him out of action for a few weeks.

Nani hasn’t played for United since December 7, and the winger now joins the United injury list that includes Robin van Persie (out for four weeks with a thigh injury) and Wayne Rooney (who is doubtful for tomorrow’s game).

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3 Responses to Injury Rules Manchester United Winger Nani Out For A Few Weeks: Nightly Soccer Report

  1. Andre says:

    It looks like Juan Antonio Pizzi has taken the Valencia job. Second consecutive manager to win the Argentine league and ride off into the Spanish sunset.

    http://www.insidespanishfootball.com/91504/pizzi-agrees-to-become-manager-of-valencia/

  2. Bennett says:

    Release the Zaha

  3. United7 says:

    I do wonder what Moyes has been doing with these players training wise. It seems that van Persie was overworked which lead to his injury and perhaps the same thing for Rooney, Fellaini, and Nani.

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