Date: 14th November 2008 at 10:35am
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Akos Buzsaky is hoping that his latest injury set-back won`t keep him out of the first-team set-up for too long.

Buzsaky left the field on Tuesday night against Manchester United with knee complains, which was later determined as anterior cruciate knee ligament damage.

‘My knee never had a problem before,’ Buzsaky told samsungsport

‘I didn’t think this was a serious injury.

‘It was twisted a bit, but I came off the pitch immediately and didn’t force my play. But next morning I could hardly move it.

‘I won’t give up. I don’t think this injury will break my career.’


Buzsaky has appeared 11 times in the Championship this season, and scored a solitary goal, a spectacular volley against Nottingham Forest, typifying the technique that Magical Magyar has at his disposal.

His loss until the end of the season will leave a gaping hole down the right flank, for which either Emmanuel Ledesma or Hogan Ephraim will have to fill.

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One Reply to “Buzsaky Vows Speedy Recovery”

  • I wish Buzz the speediest of recoveries and look forward – eagerly – to his return, fully fit for us a.s.a.p!! Chin up – you’ll be back, Buzz!

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