Kvitova has suffered damage to ligaments and tendons in her left hand, but the full extent of the injuries will not be known until after surgery later on Tuesday. "Thank you all again for your love and support and now I would appreciate some privacy while I focus on my recovery". Kvitova underwent almost four hours of surgery on Tuesday at a specialized clinic in the northern town of Vysoke nad Jizerou.
If we open the door for someone to leave it's not because we push him, it's because he really wants to leave. "Whatever he chooses, it will be good for him", Ibrahimovic added. "It's no surprise to me that Lindelof is being transferred", he was quoted as saying on Metro . "He's a mature player and a mature person". For United fans, I think the best comparisons would be with Rio Ferdinand and Ronny Johnsen.
Images taken at the arena were inconclusive, and he will be re-examined Wednesday in Cleveland, the team announced. LeBron James buried a go-ahead 3-pointer with 24 seconds left in overtime and the Cleveland Cavaliers held on for a 114-108 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday night to avenge a late November loss.
Toure, whose contract at Manchester City runs out at the end of the season, also spoke of his intention to extend his stay at the club and remain involved with the first team beyond June 2017. Guardiola will be able to get a closer look at Milner when the two sides meet on New Year's Day in a highly anticipated title clash. "I'm joking. But I always love this position, to help the team".
This time there are some absolute crackers that we managed to capture, including Liverpool fans taunting Everton's lack of trophy success with a banner and Ross Barkley ripping his shirt within the opening stages of the match. He said: "There are a lot of games in front of us and it will change many times, but games like this you need to win if you want to stay in the race for the title".
First-team players turned out in force for the Manchester United Foundation on Wednesday afternoon to greet and hand out gifts to patients who are in local hospitals this Christmas. If the big Swede is able to maintain his current form he'll have a vital role at Old Trafford, especially considering that he has 10 goals in his last nine games for Man United.