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Vaz out 'til new year

Filed: Saturday, 6th October 2012
By: Staff Writer

West Ham's Ricardo Vaz Te could be out of action until the New Year after dislocating a shoulder in today's 3-1 home defeat against Arsenal.

The Portuguese winger fell awkwardly midway through the second half of today's London derby and it was confirmed after the game that he had dislocated his shoulder.

However Sam Allardyce revealed that Vaz Te could be out of action for as long as 12 weeks when speaking after the game.

More on this soon...

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