Date: 29th June 2006 at 11:23am
Written by:

Vital Villa reported last week that Villa’s crocked defender Martin Laursen was making progress in his comeback bid. Laursen Kicks A Ball

Now physio Alan Smith will fly out to Italy tomorrow to assess whether the Danish international can join up with his team mates on July 10 for pre-season training.

The former AC Milan man told the official site: ‘I’m doing fine – I’m out on the pitch running and doing some ball work and the knee feels good. The knee has responded well, but the only thing I’ve got to be careful of is doing too much because after nine months my knee and whole body needs to progress slowly. Hopefully I’ll be ready to take some part of pre-season.’

 

6 Replies to “Martin Laursen Hopeful”

  • Fingers crossed! Especially if Mellberg decides to go, which I think he will if an offer comes in

  • Laursen….who’s Laursen? Oh yeah, I remember him. Money well spent. How much was he again?

  • In all seriousness, he is quality and when he has played he’s done well (even when playing injured). If we can hold on to Melberg we have the start of a successful season as despite our apparent inability to score goals, you cant loose when people don’t

  • He’s still got a long way to go, but at least it looks as if he could be on the right track. All sounds too good to be true though, doesnt it?

Comments are closed.