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Moyes waits anxiously for news of two players

David Moyes has admitted it is too early to tell how badly Mark Noble and Aaron Cresswell are injured if at all.

The manager admitted his 33-year-old captain received a bad kick on the elbow and it was too early to tell.

Nobes looks in visible pain after the incident and tried to soldier on until he was substituted.

Noble will have a scan when the swelling goes down to reveal the extent of the injury.

On Aaron Cresswell Moyes told reporters: “I’ve not spoken to the medical team yet about it, when I get a chance I’ll find out.”

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Although early diagnosis seems to indicate it might not be too serious he will be scanned to find out the extent of any damage.

After losing Declan Rice and Michail Antonio is the last two weeks David Moyes could do with a break and he hoping both of this players will recover before the next game against Newcastle.

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3 comments on “Moyes waits anxiously for news of two players

  1. What this season has shown is that this squad has depth, playing ability and a strength of character.
    All of those moaners that predicted that we would we smashed by Leicester have gone very quiet after today’s result.
    Well done Moyes and COYI.

  2. Fingers crossed! Think Fornals could do a job beside Souček he has played CM has the engine work rate & passing but we don’t need more injuries… Masuaku has looked good on wing or WB but really scares me as LB. We are bare bones no. Moyes has been amazing & he said he wishes he had more to come off bench for impact… But also likes a small squad has said a lot. Not saying we need huge squad but especially since most our youth aren’t ready we need cover. Europe we need 4-6 players & we will lose a 4. If really keep Balbuena he didn’t look bad & only lost place bc Covid. Phil Jones why imo Balbuena is better taller less Injuries lower wages & knows squad doesn’t moan to be bit part player. Actually don’t think every had anything besides Knock. And even when wasn’t playing he wanted to stay before his agent came out started to talking.
    But Moyes will sort just can’t loose Souček Fabianski or really any other starter.
    Massive season just hope Moyes is backed in summer & we get the Infrastructure for scouting & analytics he wants & we need, maybe a DOF or head scout at least. Need to finds those gems bc can’t pay £20m plus per player for what we need.

  3. It’s a worry with only seven games left but if all else fails why not turn to youth? We have Alves, Baptiste, Coventry and Johnson standing by. If in the face of injuries we could get away with giving them experience, guided by senior players, what a season!

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