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Chelsea

5 D Drogba Knee Injury 29th Sep 07

F Lampard Hip/Thigh Injury 29th Sep 07

R Carvalho Sprained Ankle 7th Oct 07

W Bridge Hip/Thigh Injury 29th Sep 07

M Ballack Sprained Ankle 29th Sep 07

According to physioroom.com, though who knows as they list Ballack's injury as ssprained Ankle:> and they had Riccy listed as September 15th.

Anybody have any quotes RE these players injuries?

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Latest news I heard was that Drogba might be out for about 2 months. I really hope that's not true. 128.gif

I don't think he'll play for us that much again! A few appearance 'til January> ANC> returns with injury> hands in transfer request!> leaves in disgust !

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Latest news I heard was that Drogba might be out for about 2 months. I really hope that's not true. 128.gif

I don't think he'll play for us that much again! A few appearance 'til January> ANC> returns with injury> hands in transfer request!> leaves in disgust !

I really hope you're wrong. I know the media has written that Drogba is furious at the club and the owner but the media has been wrong before. And he might calm down. He must like some things about the team and the players so hopefully that will make him stay. And who knows before the transfer window opens again we might have a new manager (heard Lippi have been contacted and that he would like to take over) and perhaps that manager can make Drogba stay.

So let's not cross the bridge before the hole in the ground has been flooded (or whatever the saying is)...

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'Didier Drogba started training yesterday, one week before we expected,' Grant reports.

'Ricardo Carvalho is trying to train today, also a few days ahead of schedule, and Frank Lampard is doing very well so I expect them to soon be in the team.

Even though his son is gone from Chelsea God himself is still watching over us 139.gif

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He told The Sun: "I am not considering quitting Chelsea, I have a contract which I will follow through. I feel other players will feel the same way too.

"I will decide on my next step of action when the time is right and I get an offer.

"As footballers, we obey our contract (:shock: icon_lol.gif) and concentrate on building our career."

Somehow I don't think that necessarily means he, or any of the other players, will be staying indefinitely - after all, we all know how seriously player contracts are taken icon_rolleyes.gif

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Chelsea's Michael Ballack hopes to be back in full training with weeks.

Ballack, 31, has been struggling to regain full fitness after undergoing two operations on his damaged ankle.

But Ballack said: "It's getting better, I keep going with my rehab programme, I can train outside and I am quite happy now with the way we work.

"I work very hard and I hope that I can come back soon," he told Chelsea TV.

Ballack has been running in a sandpit to try to hasten his recovery rate but admits it is tough going.

He added: "It is very hard for the condition but it is good for the foot so it is part of my programme now.

"It is much better; I had to wait a long time to be at this level now, so I am happy. I hope in a few weeks I will be back on the pitch, I can train with the team and also be playing."

ps. that sounds like an "i'll play out my contract" from drogba.

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