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Sir Alex Ferguson is confident Gary Neville will return soon despite suffering a number of setbacks since sustaining an ankle injury almost a year ago.

The Manchester United skipper has played just twice for the reserves since sustaining an ankle injury in March last year and lasted just 45 minutes of a reserve game against Everton last month.

The 33-year-old has attempted to made a number of aborted comebacks since breaking his ankle but has also struggled with thigh and calf problems.

However, Ferguson is adamant the England defender will make a successful return to the Red Devils side.

He told the Daily Telegraph: "Gary is training, the same as last week, and we are hoping there are no more setbacks and that he gets a trouble-free run-in.

"If he does that, then I have no doubts he will come back."

(reopens) Neville could appear for United's reserves against Liverpool in Warrington tonight after being named in the squad.

Liverpool defender Daniel Agger, returning from a metatarsal problem, will play at least 45 minutes at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.


Yes.....That will be great....We missed your CROSSED Neville....
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