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Marcin Wasilewski Returns to Football after Horror Leg Break

Jamie F

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I think most of us remember back in August that Axel Witsel broke the leg of Marcin Wasilewski in 2 places after a horrible challenge. He was told that he may never play again but after 5 separate operations he returned a couple of weeks ago in the final game of the season.

I'm not sure if many people are interested but I think it's a remarkable story, the short period of time that it has taken for him to return from such a horrible injury, I feel it deserves a mention. Link to the story below

http://www.uefa.com/memberassociations/association=bel/news/newsid=1486624.html

(If there is another thread on this then I'll close this but I did check and I seen nothing)
 

Mike.

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Feb 15, 2009
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glad he's back. that was one of the worst tackles i ever seen
 

Dunc

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Hopefully he can return as a good player and not a shadow of his former self.

Good luck.
 
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Watched it on youtube and I hoped that since Witsel had been linked with Everton he wouldn't come. In his eyes he didn't go for the ball and I saw that he went for the man so I'm glad he's back and hope he will be better than last time
 

Redrup

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Wow, 5 operations? Well done to the lad, hopefully he breaks Witsel's for revenge.
 

sunilvk7

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All the best, hope it never happens to any player. Eduardo is shadow of his former self and hope Ramsey doesn't lose his confidence. Even as a Manc i wish him all the best as the Kid is very special.
 

Jamie F

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Witsel had his ban reduced to just 8 matches down from I think it was 12. A bit of a disgrace if you ask me, the fact he had the nerve to try and protest his innocence is just sick
 
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