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Nasri Sustains Hand Injury With France

Nasri Sustains Hand Injury With France



During France's dreary nil niller in Romania last night, substitute Samir Nasri took a knock on his left hand that required treatment at the end of the EURO 2012 qualifier...

Reports in Paris certainly agree that France were lucky to come away from playing on two quintessentially rubbish pitches in Albania and Romania during the past few days without shipping more injuries. Nasri in fact took a knock on his right foot in Les Blues win in Tirana.

As its stands, the FFF are suggesting that City's quicksilver midfielder has possibly sustained a metacarpal fracture in that left hand during his 15 minute appearance.

Nasri is now back in town for treatment with the best team in the land and all the world and will hopefully still feature against Wigan.






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Writer:Johnny Baguette VMC Newsdesk
Date:Wednesday September 7 2011
Time: 11:43AM

Comments

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Not good news if true but these things can be managed better nowadays with casts........ This is why we need a deep squad (for all the detractors banging on at City buying 'loads of players').
Skoorb
07/09/2011 12:54:00
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Not good news if true but these things can be managed better nowadays with casts........ This is why we need a deep squad (for all the detractors banging on at City buying 'loads of players').
Skoorb
07/09/2011 12:54:00
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The pitch was absolutely horrific in Romania. I can't believe FIFA lets them get away with that sham of a playing surface. It looked as if they were playing on a deep carpet that wasn't secured at all and bunch up all over the place.
PhillyBlueMoon
07/09/2011 13:08:00
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The pitch was absolutely horrific in Romania. I can't believe FIFA lets them get away with that sham of a playing surface. It looked as if they were playing on a deep carpet that wasn't secured at all and bunch up all over the place.
PhillyBlueMoon
07/09/2011 13:08:00
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Iv'e just put him in my dream team ffs! Hope he is fit!
P.Avfc
07/09/2011 13:30:00
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Iv'e just put him in my dream team ffs! Hope he is fit!
P.Avfc
07/09/2011 13:30:00
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Broken hand confirmed
hosko
07/09/2011 13:37:00
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Broken hand confirmed
hosko
07/09/2011 13:37:00
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He will probably be able to play with a cast but to be honest, I don't think he would have played against Wigan anyway. I expect "tier 2" featuring Tevez and Balotelli to start for Wigan with players rested for Napoli on Wednesday.
StuMCFC
07/09/2011 15:57:00
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He will probably be able to play with a cast but to be honest, I don't think he would have played against Wigan anyway. I expect "tier 2" featuring Tevez and Balotelli to start for Wigan with players rested for Napoli on Wednesday.
StuMCFC
07/09/2011 15:57:00
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