Sunday, October 12, 2008

Carrick & Hargreaves Ready for Comeback

Manchester - Manchester United received the good news. Two half their midst, Michael Carrick and Owen Hargreaves, fade to recover from injury and ready to play again in the near future.

Carrick absent due to injury when the single face Liverpool on 13 September. Since then he has spend six games in all competitions MU.

Meanwhile Hargreaves suffered a knee injury since it is still in play Bayern Munich in the early relapse again this season. He was playing in the second fight in the Premier League and one match in the Champions League, but he was absent the rest.

Injury is not only to make them can not defend MU, but also the English national team. Meanwhile, for Sir Alex Ferguson, manager The Red Devils, both injury to make choices half-middle enough to be limited. Moreover, he also lost Paul Scholes until December.

Now they have started to recover. According to Sir Alex, both conditions can be expected that can be derived in the fight against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday next week.

"We hope Michael will be ready in the next week," he told the Manchester Evening News. "He immediately undergo full training. Owen is much better and we'll enter it into the list of players against West bromine," he said.