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Villa Injury Crisis Abating?

At last, some good news for O'Leary. Looks like the injury crisis is slowly abating with Baros now seemingly fit having come through 60 minutes of the Czech Republics 1-0 World Cup qualifier against Norway without any reaction to his Achilles problem.

The good news doesn't end there though, ooooh no! Looks like Bouma who was suffering with a hamstring injury and Hughes who had surgery on a groin problem have returned to fitness. The pair have been training at Bodymoor Heath this week and could be set for returns in next weekends 6 pointer against Sunderland.

With Delaney and Bakke also back to full fitness and playing, looks like their underpressure manager might soon have a full squad to choose from. Still, plenty of other excuses! JOKE, JOKE! ;-)




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