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Cresswell injury explained

 

CandH exclusive by Hughie Southon

 

David Moyes’ admission that he has no clue on when we can expect to see Aaron Cresswell back in the squad is a worry.

Having crashed into an upright in the match against Manchester City the left back has now been side lined for a month and is not expected to be back over Christmas.

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And ClaretandHugh can now reveal that the source of the problem is chipped bone in his back which could taker several weeks to heal.

Most diagnosis are that it takes between six to 12 weeks but it’s impossible to put a strict time frame on such a problem.

We were told after Moyes had made his statement that the 32 year old had indeed chipped the bone and that his back remained “very sore.”

It means that with Vladi Coufal back from suspension for the match against Saints on Boxing Day he will fill the right back role and that a choice is left of playing Arthur Masuaku at left wing back again or restoring Ben Johnson to the role.

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

5 comments on “Cresswell injury explained

  1. Back to a back 4 against Southampton, Coufal right back and Johson left back . Masuaku left in the changing room!

  2. Stop playing three at the back if it’s just to accommodate Masuaku’s inept depending. Play Johnson at left back. Buy a left footed central defender and a striker. Unload Yarmo, Fredericks, Masuaku. Believe in the young players coming through. COYI

  3. The boy is lucky he didn’t break his spine and get paralysed for the rest of his life or something. Only right he tales time to heal properly before coming back.

  4. Do not let Masuaku anywhere near the pitch

  5. A choice ! What choice ? When it comes to playing Masuaku as a left back, there is NO choice. You simply don’t !

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