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27.01.11 / 15:03

Test results for Cordoba and Stankovic


Dislocated shoulder for the defender; pulled thigh muscle for the midfielder

APPIANO GENTILE - Supervised by professor Franco Combi, the F.C. Internazionale medical staff performed diagnostic procedures on Dejan Stankovic and Ivan Ramiro Cordoba this morning to assess the injuries sustained by the players in the second half of last night's Coppa Italia quarter-final against Napoli at the Stadio San Paolo, which the Nerazzurri eventually won 4-5 on penalties.

Stankovic's test results revealed he has pulled a muscle in this right thigh, while Cordoba was diagnosed with a dislocated shoulder.

Both players, who were already suspended for Sunday's Serie A Week 22 match against Palermo, have begun their recovery programmes at the Centro Sportivo Angelo Moratti in Appiano.

Tomorrow the medical staff will run tests on McDonald Mariga, who received physiotherapy today.






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