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Heard Jason Cundy talking about this yesterday. It was a friendly reserve match on Monday which we won 4-1 and Di Santo scored a cracker, but Kakuta apparantly fractured his left ankle and will probably be out for rest of season.

Gutted, as I was hoping he'd break into first team action at some point and Cundy thought he probably would too. Bad timing as it would have been great if Hiddink saw him and thought he'd give him a go.

Lets hope he's fully recovered by beginning of new season.

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...in training. Sure I picked this up on the radio.

Anyone else heard this?

yep. could be out for a year.

"Young Chelsea midfielder Gael Kakuta faces a year on the sidelines after breaking his leg and ankle in training. (Daily Mirror)" - from BBC Sport's Gossip Column.

horrible, get well soon gael

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Just when we needed some kind indication that our future looked brighter this happens. It seems that Gael Kakuta, many of our hopes for the future, has suffered a horrific injury during a behind-closed-doors friendly.

Kakuta suffered a broke leg and a broken and dislocated ankle.

It`s feared that Kakuta could now miss a whole year of his career as embarks on a long and painful road to a full recovery.

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Wow thats not what i wanted to read when i got back from work. Katuka looked great when ever i saw him, He could of had a few games this season in the first team i thought. I hope he gets better asap a year is to long for a young lad to be not playing football.

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The only plus out of this is it has happened whilst he is so young hopefully meaning the injury will heal quicker and he can come back even stronger than he was. Remember Ossie had a bad leg break quite early in his career albeit when he was a couple of years older than Gael and he didn't do too badly for us did he?

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The only plus out of this is it has happened whilst he is so young hopefully meaning the injury will heal quicker and he can come back even stronger than he was. Remember Ossie had a bad leg break quite early in his career albeit when he was a couple of years older than Gael and he didn't do too badly for us did he?

main site says he will be out for around 3 months so its not too bad. a break isnt really as big a problem as many other injurys any more. if its a clean break then it will probably hardly cause him a problem in his career.

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main site says he will be out for around 3 months so its not too bad. a break isnt really as big a problem as many other injurys any more. if its a clean break then it will probably hardly cause him a problem in his career.

That's pretty good news really. Eduardo seems to be getting back pretty quickly at the arse too after a similar injury so hopefully this is merely a hiccup in a very promising career.

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Damn it,

was just watching some youtube clips of Gael. Thought Hiddink might use him, at least from the bench, but not going to see him again this season. I suppose what we can hope for is for him to come back strong in the summer and impress whomever is in charge then!

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