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Eddie Nketiah’s injury is worse than first feared.
Discussion started by Boston Gooner , 07 November, 2019 09:29
Eddie Nketiah’s injury is worse than first feared.
Boston Gooner 07 November, 2019 09:29
Leeds United and Arsenal have been dealt a blow with the news that Eddie Nketiah’s injury is worse than first feared.

Football Insider report that the striker is now expected to miss ‘at least a month and maybe more’ after further examinations.

Initial reports suggested that the player could be out for around three weeks, but it now appears to be worse than that.

It’s another blow for the striker, who hasn’t seen things go his way this season since joining Leeds on loan.



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Re: Eddie Nketiah’s injury is worse than first feared.
tigerline 07 November, 2019 10:26
What is the injury?
What part of his body is affected?

Re: Eddie Nketiah’s injury is worse than first feared.
Boston Gooner 07 November, 2019 11:02
Quote:
tigerline
What is the injury?
What part of his body is affected?

Apparently an abdominal injury.



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