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The Newcastle man has started his rehabilition from injury, while Southampton’s Luke Shaw cannot see the point in tidying up as "the next day it's just back to the same old mess"

Newcastle United's Massadio Haidara has thanked fans for the support he has received regarding his nasty-looking injury as he looks to start his rehabilition.

The defender was on the receiving end of a tough tackle from Wigan’s Callum McManaman in this side’s 2-1 defeat on Sunday.

Elsewhere, highly rated Southampton left-back Luke Shaw cannot see the point in tidying up and Barnet player-manager Edgar Davids is delighted to see his side win - that and more in Goal.com’s latest offering of Word on the Tweet.

"Al Hamdoulillah. I go better and better, I hold has all to THANK YOU for every messages of supports, Im really affects me"
Newcastle United’s Massadio Haidara thanks his fans for all the support he’s received since Callum McManaman's horror challenge.

"Looking forward to a recovery day tomorrow after a good 2 days GK training & a shooting session with the u21s #progress"
Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy continues his comeback from a long-term injury.

"On my way to bed now with an aching body after today's session so can forget about making a comeback…"
Ex-Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar rules out a return to football ... ever. Lazy.

"There's no point in me cleaning my room because the next day it's just back to the same old mess."
Southampton left-back Luke Shaw cannot see the point in tidying his room.

"Great win yesterday especially when some key players where missing, they showed great character."
Barnet player-manager Edgar Davids is delighted with his side’s vital 2-0 win over Fleetwood.

"Really enjoying the Yeovil v Swindon game..met a few of the Swindon boys recently..I find myself supporting them tonight..#goodlads"
Reading striker Jason Roberts enjoys watching some lower-league action.

"Training done gym done lunch done. Now time to head to the airport for our trip to Sweden. #COYBIG"
Simon Cox is looking to forward to Republic of Ireland’s upcoming game against Sweden.

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