09 August, 2011

Cork's Meyler makes speedy recovery and looks set to start first Premier League game of the season:

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TERRIBLE INJURIES: Cork's David Meyler
          Ireland international David Meyler makes an ahead of schedule return to competitive action when he gets a first real run-out for Sunderland Reserves tonight.
          The Cork born Under 21 international has been sidelined since May when he ruptured knee ligaments in Sunderland's last home game of the season against Manchester United. The very promising Irish midfielder twisted studs in the turf and damaged ligaments so badly that it was thought at one point, that the whole of this season could be spent recovering from the serious injury.
          The young man has made an incredible recovery after medical experts predicted he would not return to competitive action before December.  The timing of Meyler’s injury could also not have been worse for the young player, as he had just been selected by Giovanni Trapattoni to take part in a senior Ireland training camp, which was due to take place the week after he sustained the ligament injury in May.  Now;  Meyler looks set to return to Premier League action in the season opener against Liverpool on Saturday.
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