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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Manchester United Confirmed, No Broken Leg for Rodrigo Possebon

Manchester United fans can pass a big sigh after hearing the news that Middlesbrough defender Emanuel Pogatetz’s heavy tackle has not broken United’s Brazilian midfielder Rodrigo Possebon’s leg. Emanuel Pogatetz was sent off after the tackle that left Possebon in the sideline during Manchester United’s 3-1 Carling Cup third round victory over Middlesbrough on Tuesday. The 19-year-old Rodrigo Possebon was rushed to the hospital with bleeding continuing from the injured leg. He reportedly spent the night at the hospital for medical check up and treatment.

It was Rodrigo Possebon’s debut match for Manchester United. So, Manchester United fans were happy to see the skill of the teenage prospect of Brazil. However, the injury left everybody in Manchester United stumbled as manager Sir Alex Ferguson claimed to be. Ferguson said that picking up an injury like this on the debut game was horrendous for any player and admitted that Manchester Untied lost the momentum following the horrified incident in the match. He does not want to see such a terrible incident in future.

Initially, it was thought that Rodrigo Possebon might have picked up with a broken leg. However, the club officials issued a statement on Wednesday stating that the player’s leg is not broken and he was under observation and doctors assessed his condition to check if there was any damage in the ligament of his knee.

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