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Brett Will Be Back And Better Than Ever

Brett Will Be Back And Better Than Ever

Blackburn's Brett Emerton says he will get back to his best when he makes his return next season after having his campaign cruelly cut short this time out.

Emerton will undergo reconstructive surgery on his knee tomorrow in his homeland of Australia after sustaining the injury at Middlesbrough at the end of January.

He is keeping his fingrs crossed that his colleagues from Blackburn and Australia will make his healing process more comfortable by completing their targets - Rovers by staying in the Premier League and Australia by qualifying for the World Cup.

Speaking to the L.E.T, Big Brett said - 'I had a scan done the morning after the game and I couldn't believe it when they told me I was going to be out for six months with a knee reconstruction,'

'I've never had a long-term injury throughout my career, so for me to face six months out is something I've never experienced before.

'I see it as another test for me, something I've got to get through and I'm sure I will. And I'll be back just as good as ever, if not better.

'Hopefully the Aussies boys will qualify for the World Cup and the boys at Blackburn will rally together and stay in the premiership this season.'

The sooner you come back the better my friend.



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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Tuesday February 17 2009
Time: 7:16PM

Comments

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Nice to hear from Brett. Lets hope for our sake he comes back better than ever.
Mikey D
17/02/2009 19:36:00
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Looking forward to seing him back in action and hoping the lads will hear him and stay in the Premier League
Mike J.
17/02/2009 22:05:00
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Welcome Mike!!! Fingers crossed aye lads....its like a part of my life is missing hahahah
sasman
18/02/2009 04:13:00
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haha yeah Sasman as long as he's fit and firing long before next June
retroflair31
18/02/2009 05:10:00
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Alright Mike... good lad, a fellow Mike!!!
Mikey D
18/02/2009 13:16:00
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ah geez, i thought maybe u made another account just so you can try to claw a number back with us having 3 aussies on board now lol. Ya we do need him aye, for when we are in the world cup!!!!
sasman
19/02/2009 06:45:00
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lol mikes v australia... whose the other Aussie Sas? wouldn't happen to be in WA- i need a drinking buddy
retroflair31
20/02/2009 03:57:00
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Just getting back is the first thing to do Emo, WHEN you do this it would be superb to see you coming back better than ever!!!
Walker
20/02/2009 09:43:00
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