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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Sir Alex Ferguson Hopes Gary Neville to Come Back in Action Soon

Manchester United has received a number of impressive results from their last few matches since their derby defeat by Manchester City at home. They won over Arsenal at the FA Cup, followed by Champions League draw away at Olympique Lyonnais and recent premier league triumph over Newcastle United.

The latest good news for Manchester United fans is that their long time injured captain Gary Neville is set to come back soon. Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson revealed the news recently. The English defender has been out of action from competitive football since last March after sustaining an ankle injury. During this long time, he was expected to come back in action a number of times but could not come back.

Goal.com reported:

Now 33, Neville has seen several comeback attempts hit the buffers since he broke his ankle last March, and has also had to contend with thigh and calf injuries.
But Ferguson is upbeat about the player's prospects and positive that he will make a successful return to the United first-team.
He told the Daily Telegraph: "Gary is training, the same as last week, and we are hoping there are no more set-backs and that he gets a trouble-free run-in.
"If he does that, then I have no doubts he will come back."

Neville participated in a reserve match against Everton last month, though played only 45 minutes. It would be a huge boost for Manchester United if the right back comes back in the squad as Manchester United has a busy schedule ahead of them.

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