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Citizens Rocked By Johnson Injury

Citizens Rocked By Johnson Injury

Manchester City have released an official statement confirming that England U21 midfielder Michael Johnson is set to return to the treatment room after picking up a serious knee injury.

After recovering from a long term abdominal complaint that threatened his career and forced him out of the squad for around a year, this latest injury comes as a bitter blow for the talented youngster.

Mark Hughes commented on the bad news, saying on the official website: 'We are all disappointed for Michael, who has worked so hard to get back into first team contention.

'Unfortunately he might be out for the season but he will receive the best possible care and attention.'


Johnson had only recently returned to action, scoring in the Carling Cup against Championship side, Scunthorpe United.

On behalf of all City fans, we send our best wishes and hope to see him back in action as soon as possible.

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Writer:Lincolnsmariner
Date:Thursday December 10 2009
Time: 10:12PM

Comments

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Gutted. Get well soon Johnno.
fifthcolumnblue
10/12/2009 22:15:00
0
Like FCB - gutted for the lad, just hope it's not as serious as MH makes it out to be.
Thaibluefan
10/12/2009 22:27:00
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I feel really bad for him, he has had about as much luck as Bojinov. Hopefully Johnno can keep himself focused and come through the other side fitter and stronger.
eighthsin
10/12/2009 22:32:00
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It's a shame for the lad but he will bounce back soon
GazJohnson
10/12/2009 23:01:00
0
Absolutely devastating news.
Johnny Baguette
11/12/2009 06:56:00
0
can be a long job if it's a cruciate ligament. I feel very sorry for him another promising player getting no luck at all.
Clevblue
11/12/2009 20:05:00
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