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Masuaku reveals 'minor injury'


Filed: Saturday, 29th April 2017
By: Staff Writer


Arthur Masuaku has revealed that a minor injury was the reason behind him not returning for the second half at Stoke this afternoon.

The 23-year-old full back had enjoyed a solid opening 45 minutes when he was replaced at the break by Aaron Cresswell, to the surprise of the travelling fans.




And in order to clear up the mystery, Masuaku took to Twitter after the game to assuage any doubts or concerns - as you can see below - with the good news being that he expects to be fit for selection next weekend.








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