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Sport Bookies: Manchester United concerned with injury list
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 25 July 2013 01:30
Sport bookies were very concerned when David Moyes revealed that Danny Welbeck and Robin van Persie were both injured in Manchester United’s loss to Yokohama F. Marinos.
Van Persie – who in his first campaign at Old Trafford in 2012-13 was the top scorer of the Premier League, as well as a huge favourite with sport bookies and pay per head sportsbooks – pulled out of the game at half-time due to a thigh problem, while Welbeck pulled up sharply with a groin issue, but price per head services were happy to see that he was able to continue.
Bookmakers UK services could see that the injuries sustained by these players compounded the team’s gloom as they were defeated on Tuesday 3-2 at the Nissan Stadium, meaning that new boss Moyes saw his side lose in two of their three pre-season friendly encounters so far.
Sport bookies know that Moyes is already without Wayne Rooney’s services, who just a few hours after arriving on the tour had to fly home with a hamstring injury and is currently being heavily linked with a move to Chelsea. Pay per head sportsbooks seriously hope that this does not have a very negative effect on the squad.
“We’ve got a couple of wee worries,” the manager told MUTV.
“Robin just felt his thigh in the first half and we didn’t want to take any chances.
“Danny Welbeck felt his groin when he came on and we’ve just got to make sure they’re all okay especially with so many games coming up.
“We’ve still got a few games to play before the season starts when we get back home.”
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Moyes and many sport bookies that follow Manchester United have high hopes that in their next pre-season match on Friday, his side will be able to bounce back and clinch a win over Cerezo Osaka. Bookmakers UK services and pay per head sportsbooks will definitely follow developments on how the team continues to perform, and hope that thing get better for them.