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Good News About Bojinov!

Valeri Bojinov and Manchester City fans can finally deliver some good news. The Bulgarian Bull, is back at Carrington, and is all too keen to show his fellow team-mates his battle scar.

Hughes Told Mcfc.co.uk:

"He`s back with us now and will be starting his rehabilitation in earnest.

"He was showing everybody his scar yesterday like a war wound. I`ve seen scars from that type of injury before and they
looked a lot angrier than Valeri`s does. "

"It looks excellent in fairness and we`re very hopeful given where the tendon snapped. If there is a good place it was the optimum position, right in the middle, so the prognosis is really good for him."

There were fears that Bojinov`s latest injury could have ended a very short career for the Bulgarian, but it seems that he is ready and more determined to get his football boots back on. I for one wish Bojinov a speedy and successful return, and hope to see him on the pitch scoring plenty of goals for City next year!




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Writer: amcollinz Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 30 2008

Time: 6:05PM

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always good to welcome an injured player back
gunnerchi
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30/09/2008 18:34:00

good news, saw him pull up on TV and I felt for him!
merlin
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30/09/2008 19:00:00

Yes Aaron, this comeback is a real "third time lucky " story. He has a great reputation in Italy, a young rising star in fact. But we have yet to really see what he can do -- except an excellent goal against AC Milan. You know, it takes a lot of bottle to come back from injury in a team you have hardly played for -- and then to score aginst the mighty AC Milan. That takes a lot of confidence and self-belief. I'd love to believe he can come through for us. He is certainly no quitter and that is admirable in a young footballer. Come on Boj! Make us proud. Continue the fitness regime, keep the faith and be ready by Xmas!
Sindbad
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30/09/2008 19:30:00

Still the youngest ever Serie A debutant. That underlines his outstanding talent. Have a look at what he can do on Youtube. A terrific shame that he was just starting to fire for City, but at 22 he has time on his side. I still believe City should not sign another forward in January.
Johnny Baguette
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30/09/2008 20:00:00

Good news indeed. He deserves a bit of luck.
oliverblue
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30/09/2008 20:12:00

Can't wait to see him link up with Robinho.
alphieblues
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30/09/2008 21:05:00

Probably the unluckiest player I've seen in a long time - I have been looking forward to seeing him playing since he signed with you. The guy certainly has a glowing reputation! But I'm still waiting to see whether he can be a top striker in our League!
The_Legend_Of_Zola
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01/10/2008 00:48:00

How many games has he played since you bought him? Kieron Dyer has more luck than him!
ForeverUnited
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01/10/2008 02:37:00

It would be easier to count the minutes than matches Forever!
oliverblue
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01/10/2008 15:42:00

He's had a rough deal and no mistake.
Johnny Baguette
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01/10/2008 18:31:00

Yes......but he will come good......he just needs to be injury free for a few games then he will start to fire......he could even keep Jo out of the team.....
lincolnblue
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02/10/2008 10:21:00

He certainly showed us what he has football wise and will benefit from the class of player that we now have can finish there is no doubt about that. I hope we can see the Boj playing again this season.
Buzz Lightyear
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02/10/2008 12:14:00

 

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