Sunday, March 30, 2008

West Ham Push for Second Eleven of Injuries

Having had a whole side out injured for most of the season West Ham are now pushing hard to see if they can put together a second eleven of injured players.

It seems that Ljungberg and McCartney both picked up hamstring injuries yesterday. The official West Ham website is also reporting that "Matthew Etherington and Julien Faubert are unlikely to figure again this season with the decision taken to get them in shape for pre-season."

Alan Curbishley is now struggling to find enough players fit enough to put a side,

"We are completely stretched to the limit now ... It has been the story of our season - lots of people have been out injured long term and the players that have been playing have had to play every week without a break ... They are very tired, we have had people on international duty, Lucas Neill went to China, and quite a few of my players played midweek which we could have done without but we have got a bit of a break now."

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