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Thursday, 8 March 2007


Mark Platt 08 March 2007
Peter Crouch has revealed that a planned operation on his broken nose may be delayed until the end of the season.
The Reds striker suffered the break during the 4-0 win over Sheffield United on 24 February and is booked in for surgery on Friday.

However, he's currently discussing the possibility of putting the op on hold so not to rule himself out of Liverpool's forthcoming games.

"The specialist has told me I need an operation and it's all booked for Friday but I'm still talking about whether I need it now or whether I can put it off until the end of the season," he says.

"I really don't want to miss any games and ideally I can get it put back. The thing is I know that because of the injury, my breathing isn't as it should be at the moment.

"If it's affecting my performances then I know I'm going to have to get it over and done with. The doctor has said that after getting it done, I'll be out for three to four weeks.

"That would be really frustrating because at this stage of the season I really don't want to miss any games."

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