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Rapid return for Mirallas?

Rapid return for Mirallas?

Kevin Mirallas was expected to sit out this Saturday's game with Fulham.

The 25-year-old Belgian international suffered an ankle injury shortly after attempting to play on from poor tackle by Suarez and he was forced off at half time. It was expected that scans would show that he would need to miss the next couple of weeks to recover, but various reports are now suggesting that he could be in line for a rapid return to full fitness.

If fit it would provide a big boost as he really showed his quality on Sunday. Proving why his favoured position is down the left wing.

But with Pienaar returning to action after missing the Liverpool game, surely Moyes will stick with the Baines/Pienaar partnership?

That combination is just too good to break up. So lets get him back fit, back down the right and lets watch him build a partnership with Coleman down the right wing.

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Writer:Yak
Date:Tuesday October 30 2012
Time: 1:00PM

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