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Wilfred Bouma's Operation A Success

Wilfred Bouma's Operation A Success

According to the official site Wilfred Bouma faces between four to six months out following surgery to re-set his dislocated ankle, picked up during the Odense BK game last Saturday.

Villa say the operation was successful and Bouma has had a plate inserted because, as you'll all know doubt know already (cough cough) a natural consequence of dislocating his right ankle is a break at the lower end of the fibula.

Martin O'Neill told www.avfc.co.uk: 'The operation went very well and everybody, including Freddie, is very optimistic he will make a rapid recovery. Freddie's in good spirits. It was a bad injury but with the level of treatment he's had and the post-operative prognosis we've been given, we're all hoping to see him back, perhaps sooner than everyone expected on Saturday night.'

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday July 29 2008
Time: 10:42AM

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Once again.. Get well soon. Mon, get your skates on NOW.
BKKVILLA
29/07/2008 10:58:00
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I don't know what you're talking about BKKVILLA, we didn't need a right back last year, we don't need a left back this time around! Get well soon Wilf.
paintnothing
29/07/2008 11:05:00
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Seeing Freddy scream on Saturday, you knew it was going to be bad, the blokes as hard as nails. Lets all hope he has a smooth recovery.
Mayo_12
29/07/2008 11:06:00
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I saw a video of the incident and it was horrible. Here's hoping Bouma recovers well and is back to the wonderful level of play he has maintained over the years.
chelseaforever
29/07/2008 11:20:00
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Here's hoping for a speedy recovery. Really excelled himself for your lot last term. Also hope you get your back line sorted in time for the start of the season.
Dave the Yid
29/07/2008 11:24:00
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Pleased the op went well Freddie, best of luck mate, and come back soon!!
romanianvillain
29/07/2008 12:05:00
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Dave The Yid, I hope we get a center, left and right back before the uefa deadline. Never mind the start of the season.
BKKVILLA
29/07/2008 13:00:00
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Ooo, interesting point. When is the UEFA deadline BKK?
Mayo_12
29/07/2008 14:43:00
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Get well soon Freddie. FFS sign some defenders MON!!! We know you will but the suspense is too much.
TMorley
29/07/2008 15:57:00
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BKKVILLA - i'm sure we can do some kind of deal involving Stalteri, Lee Y-P and Rocha - I've always thought John Carew would be a great replacement for berbatov! Jokes aside, Rocha would probably be a pretty good player for you. He's had a terrible time with injury at the lane but has looked solid in the few matches he's played
Dave the Yid
29/07/2008 16:13:00
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