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Lallana Out For 5 More Games?

Lallana Out For 5 More Games?

It's being reported that Adam Lallana could miss up to another five games despite returning to very light running this week.

After he sustained knee ligament damage against Reading back in early December, Lallana has missed our last four league matches, and despite returning to light running the Echo suggest he is having difficulty doing anything more than straight line running without pain.

Whilst the club haven't put a time from on his return, it's believed they expect him back in full training within the next month, and ready for a mid Februaryish return to the first team.

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Writer:Vital Saint
Date:Wednesday January 9 2013
Time: 10:33PM

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That doesn't sound very good. Hope he is not going to become injury prone.
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