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Emergency Ward 12

Emergency Ward 12

The Pompey site have given us a detailed look at the injury list and how things are progressing.

Firstly the bad news and both Hermann Hreidarsson and Danny Webber face at least six months on the sidelines after their horror injuries at Tottenham.

A scan on Monday revealed Webber has suffered a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament. The striker will see a specialist in London next week ahead of surgery.

Hreidarsson has a ruptured Achilles and will have surgery in London next week.

Both were hurt in innocuous-looking incidents in the second half of Pompey's 2-0 defeat at White Hart Lane.

Ricardo Rocha - returned to training today.

Tommy Smith- returned to training today. Tommy may wear a protective mask when the team take on Blackburn at Fratton Park on Saturday

John Utaka - returned to training today.

David James - is having treatment on the sore left calf

Kevin-Prince Boateng is back running again after nearly two months out with an ankle ligament injury.

Papa Bouba Diop is also running outside following a knee injury.

Hassan Yebda is stepping up his rehabilitation work as he recovers from a knee injury.

Nadir Belhadj - who tweaked his hamstring in training last week, is being treated by the Algeria team's World Cup doctor in Qatar as part of a get-together for the national squad.

Tal Ben Haim is away in Israel seeing the national team's doctor over his troublesome groin injury.

Marc Wilson is due to start his rehabilitation programme this week to treat a sore hamstring.

From all at Vital Pompey a Get Well Soon card to them all!!

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Writer:eastneydave
Date:Tuesday March 30 2010
Time: 4:00PM

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Webber Aswell!! Just gets worse.
pompeyfcmad
30/03/2010 16:05:00
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i had not seen your article when i added mine - so have deleted mine and put it in the forum instead...
gutted for the herminator and webber, altho the worst was expected really wasnt it? others 'seem' to be 'easing' alittle?
pompeyrug
30/03/2010 16:05:00
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i seem to recall Defoe, Diarra,Kaboul,Distan and others having Hamstrings just prior to being sold....now Belhadj, Wilson also have hamstrings and James has a calf prob....I wonder
plymouth graham
30/03/2010 16:33:00
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Well I would suggest, we have one striker picked for next season, I'm not sure Herman will carry on though. He interested in coaching and has his PFA post
russellm
30/03/2010 18:45:00
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Well Defoe was really injured. He aparently had a so called 'virus'
pompeyfcmad
30/03/2010 19:13:00
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Judging from this you might have a couple back for the cup game. The more the better.
SFC Forever
30/03/2010 20:17:00
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It comes to something when Utaka being back from injury is good news. But it is though.
tracyc
30/03/2010 20:40:00
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Belhadj presumably saving himself for South Africa. And just after I had his name put on a tee-shirt for the semi final! If these hamstrings are not merely tactical, is all this because we have no decent back up with training, physios etc or is this all monumental bad luck. Still on the bright side, Tommy Smith in the mask might look like Zorro...will cheer me up
hammersmithblue
30/03/2010 22:02:00
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