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Curtis: Man City's ex factor

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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Jan 13, 2014

Samir Nasri set for eight weeks out

Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has revealed he is set to miss around eight weeks with the knee injury sustained during Sunday’s 2-0 victory over Newcastle United.

Samir Nasri had feared he would miss the World Cup with the injury.
Samir Nasri had feared he would miss the World Cup with the injury.

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Nasri suffered what manager Manuel Pellegrini described as a “serious knee injury” after a strong challenge from fellow France international Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa at St James’ Park.

The 26-year-old had to be stretchered off, and there had been fears in France that his participation in the World Cup could be in doubt.

Following a scan on Monday, though, the player announced on Twitter that he is likely to return to action in March.

Nasri's father, Abdelhamid, told Le Parisien that Yanga-Mbiwa “did it nastily,” adding: “The boy was beaten first time and did it with the second challenge. And it wasn't to try and get the ball back where he hit... It's just gratuitous nastiness.”

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