Sunday, August 03, 2008

Dyer Fractures Leg Again

As of yet I have not seen this story printed elsewhere so I am hoping this is untrue.

According to The News of the World Kieron Dyer has fractured the same right leg he injured this time last year. Dyer was scheduled to play his first match tomorrow against Ipswich but the NOTW claim he fractured his leg in training and will be out for four months.

If true it is strange that the story doesn't seem to have been picked up by anyone else. Also, The News of the World quote Scott Duxbury about a supposed Sp#rs bid for Dean Ashton, so why didn't they ask Duxbury about the Dyer injury at the same time?

Asked what West Ham's response to a supposed £18 million Sp~rs bid for Dean Ashton would be Duxbury replied,

Hell would have to freeze over for us to sell Dean to a major rival. It would be no surprise to us if there are certain clubs who would be interested in him.

“But we worked very hard to put together a deal to keep Dean at the club and he remains a massive part of our ambitious plans.


At 5:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dyer snaps like a twig again shock , This poor fellah is now a good bet for the worse West Ham buy ever , and that is a long list to top . He's has played less than 200 min for the 6 mill fee and we will not see him play this year now.
Any body got any good news???

At 6:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nope, also heard rumour Ashton has done his knee for at least 3 months. His "illness" is just cover.

At 7:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can I just ask everyone to check the West Ham website, because it does say, Dyer has had a little set-back and will take an extra 6 weeks in special rehabilitation to make sure nothing like this happens again (AC MILAN's FITNESS TEAM) But it does not mention the 119 days mentioned by the News Of The World, which is The Sun's sister paper, and we all know what rubbish that tabloid comes out with.

And about Ashton, also on the website it says that he will be playing this week. So no 3 month injury for him.

The official people wouldn't lie to us on the day a report like that is made and then report it as being true a couple of days later. It's hard to keep the fines happy as it is.


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