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Davies Undergoes Surgery

The official site have confirmed that Curtis Davies has now undergone surgery for his injured shoulder.

Martin O'Neill has said:

'The operation went well and it was reasonably routine. He will obviously now be out for a fairly lengthy time.

'There is no exact timescale but these things usually clear up in four months plus.'

Villa also confirmed that Davies suffered three dislocations in a period of four weeks prior to seeking specialised advice and Villa's medical staff decided the possibility of an operation should happen sooner rather than later.

We wish Curtis the best and we hope he has a speedy recovery!

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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 9 2009

Time: 5:11PM

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Now we can see what our new CB's can do too!
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09/09/2009 19:01:00

Now we can see what our new CB's can do too!
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09/09/2009 19:01:00

lets hope he is soon back to full fitness and pushing for a starting place again.
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09/09/2009 19:38:00

lets hope he is soon back to full fitness and pushing for a starting place again.
The Fear
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09/09/2009 19:38:00

Better to lose him now than later. he will return at an important time in the season for us.
arc1988
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10/09/2009 02:27:00

Better to lose him now than later. he will return at an important time in the season for us.
arc1988
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10/09/2009 02:27:00

He was carrying this injury last season, why oh why wasn't he in for surgery straight after the Newcastle game??
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10/09/2009 12:18:00

He was carrying this injury last season, why oh why wasn't he in for surgery straight after the Newcastle game??
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10/09/2009 12:18:00

 

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