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Czech Optimistic For Baros (updated)

Czech Optimistic For Baros (updated)

Czech Republic and Villa striker Milan Baros has picked up a foot injury and is struggling to be fit in time for his countries first World Cup game against USA on Monday.

The Euro's golden boot winner injured the planter arch of his foot after falling over in training.

The Czech manager, Karel Bruckner said a few days ago:

'Regarding Milan, we do not know. It is a rather disagreeable injury. He fell badly on his foot and hurt the arch.'

Although he is now a little more upbeat with the doctors thinking that 'it is quite probable Milan Baros will be ready to play in the first game.'

Baros, who has 49 caps and 27 goals for his country, told avfc.co.uk: 'I feel pain whenever I move fast.'

The latest update doesn't look too good with Czech coach Karel Bruckner saying: "He cannot even run gently. He has hurt the muscle in his foot."


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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday June 9 2006
Time: 10:19AM

Comments

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Doug must be very concerned. His price must drop for every WC game he misses!
DougInABox
09/06/2006 11:09:00
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lol. i think baros will have a good world cup if this little injury doesnt give him to much trouble
green giant 12
09/06/2006 11:21:00
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I hope he doesnt have a good world cup if that means we get to keep him, as long as they dont play him when he is injured and he spends all of next season in and out the treatment room again.
Aronno7
09/06/2006 12:30:00
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Stay injured Milan.. Lets hope he misses the first 3 games, the Czechs get knocked out at the group stage and Milan reports back in time for the start of pre season training :)
GaztonVilla
09/06/2006 12:36:00
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Not looking too good for him at the moment: But Czech coach Karel Bruckner commented: "He cannot even run gently. He has hurt the muscle in his foot."
The Fear
09/06/2006 14:12:00
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I so want him to be at Villa Park next season. His moving on to pastures new will only add more belief to the view that we are no longer a major player, that we cant hold on to the top players, and that we lack ambition. It will be a long time before we see the likes of his quality move to Villa Park again. Good luck to him in the World Cup.
glensider
09/06/2006 14:32:00
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