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Man Utd trio set to hand Ferguson injury boost


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By Adam Mazrani

Monday 15 October 2012

Manchester United’s injury problems are set to be relieved with defenders Phil Jones and Chris Smalling, as well as attacking midfielder Ashley Young, all set to return to action within the coming weeks.


Sir Alex Ferguson


Jones and Smalling have both been missing since the end of last season with back and foot injuries respectively, with the latter’s lay-off ruling him out of England’s Euro 2012 campaign, while Ashley Young has absent recently with a knee problem.


However, according to the Manchester Evening News, the English trio are all set to return to full training, with both Smalling and Young ready for selection in United’s clash this Saturday against Stoke City and Jones just a few weeks behind.


The return to the fold of Jones and Smalling would provide a huge relief to Sir Alex Ferguson, who has seen his side endure massive defensive problems this season, worsened by an injury sustained to captain Nemanja Vidic that is set to sideline him until December.


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