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Trio Of Injury Worries For Villa

Trio Of Injury Worries For Villa

Martin O'Neill is waiting on injury updates for three players who hobbled off during our 2-1 loss against Dutch NEC Nijmegen last night.

Rookie defender Gary Cahill has an ankle injury, Luke Moore was off with a bad foot and the luckless defender Mark Delaney had to come off with a back problem.

O'Neill said: 'Gary's a worry for us. He has a knee problem. I'm not sure how bad it is. We should have a better idea in the morning. I hope the other injuries we can do something about in the short term.'


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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday August 9 2006
Time: 1:22PM

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Lets hope Cahill isnt too badly injured after his nightmare injury during the last pre-season.
DeanoVilla
09/08/2006 13:37:00
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We really could do with an upturn in fortune on the injury front this season. Once again, the three injuries last night only highlight how brittle our first team squad really is.
glensider
09/08/2006 18:18:00
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The management team need to ge ready for this we do seem to be blighted with injuries at Villa (Mind you are we more or less unlucky than other clubs with injury, I doubt it)
fatloser
09/08/2006 20:00:00
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Just heard on Skysports news that Cahill's injury is not a sbad as first feared and he could be back in training by tommorow. Great news.
DeanoVilla
10/08/2006 08:30:00
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