Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini set to miss rest of season with ankle injury
The 22-year-old Belgian was substituted in the Feb 6 fixture after a crunching tackle with Liverpool's Sotirios Kyrgiakos, who was sent off. Everton manager David Moyes believes Fellaini will be absent for around six months, meaning he could return for the start of next season. Related ArticlesEverton 2 Sporting Lisbon 1Moyes: Sporting clash 'cannot be typical British game'Moyes: play-off for fourth Champions League spot flawedEverton v Chelsea: previewGerrard's pride at Liverpool revivalEverton cast once more in red shadowMoyes said: "He's not good. He's going to have an operation. He's got a similar injury to Robin van Persie and it's probably going to keep him out for six months." Arsenal striker Van Persie suffered ankle ligament damage in November, while on Holland duty, and has not yet returned to action.
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