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Bouma Definitely Out For The Season

Bouma Definitely Out For The Season

Martin O'Neill has confirmed that Freddy Bouma will miss the rest of the season after further complications arose over the last few weeks.

Speaking on the official site, O'Neill confirmed that Bouma had now undergone keyhole surgery on his ankle to remove the floating bits of bone that were discovered.

'Freddy will miss the rest of the season. It's been a wretched time for him.

'He has gone over to see the specialist who helped him with the injury originally.

'He has gone in for some keyhole surgery to remove some of the particles that have been floating around. Whether they've been there for a week or a few months, we're not sure. But it's causing him discomfort.

'The long and short of it is that he'll be out for the rest of the season. But he should, with a bit of luck, come roaring back during pre-season.'

Not the best news in the world but I think we all expected it after the last bout of news that came out of the club. But on the upside at least Freddy should be back with us from the start of preseason training and if he can recover his form it could be the making of Shorey and we'll have serious competition for the left back spot.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Tuesday April 28 2009
Time: 12:35PM

Comments

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at least he will be ready for preseason. good luck boum boum.
Stig
28/04/2009 13:49:00
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Agreed Stig, get him fit and ready for the new season, hey cliche warning, it will be like a new signing (thumb up smiley!)
The Fear
28/04/2009 15:24:00
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hate to be a party pooper, but was he ever really that good for us anyway? quite solid defensively, but poor supporting attack...from what i remember.
joerothuk
28/04/2009 23:33:00
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Yes but at this moment in time we need solid defenders we have enough quality going 4ward.
astonsteve
29/04/2009 08:32:00
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we were solid with him on the left side of defense, not alot ever got past him. i will also never forget seeing him nut meg ronaldo at villa park last season. BOUMA BOUMA BOUMA
Stig
29/04/2009 12:20:00
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Come back soon Freddie.
col8
01/05/2009 00:59:00
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