Thursday, January 3, 2008

Carlos Tevez Injury Not Serious

Manchester United feels happy as Carlos Tevez’s injury is not serious. The forward faced a bad tackle in the first half of their 1-0 victory over Birmingham City recently. After scoring the winner, Carlos Tevez had to leave the field in 71 minute of the match with an injured ankle. Though it was earlier thought to be something serious, club’s official website recently made it clear that Carlos Tevez is not suffering any broken bone. However, he will miss Manchester Untied’s FA Cup showdown against Aston Villa next week. Earlier, Manchester Untied manager said:

"It was a bad tackle and the longer the game went on, the worse the injury got.

"In the end, we had to bring Carlos off. We will assess him tomorrow to see what the damage is but he is doubtful for Saturday now."

Though Manchester Untied will miss Carlos Tevez, they may get forward Wayne Rooney for the clash against Aston Villa as he has recovered from viral fever. He can fill up the gap of Carlos Tevez. So, Aston Villa can not feel happy with the injury problem of Carlos Tevez. Now, let us see if Wayne Rooney can lead Manchester Untied to win the match against Aston Villa.

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