More bad news for Everton as striker Anichebe is ruled out for the season

05 March 2009 02:42
Everton

striker Victor Anichebe has been ruled out for the remainder of the season by his manager David Moyes.  

The youngster has not played since being pole-axed by Newcastle's

Kevin Nolan during the match at St James' Park on February 22.  



Tough break: Nolan's tackle on Anichebe

Anichebe sought specialist advice in London but a scan on the damaged cartilage in his right knee proved inconclusive, so he will now undergo exploratory surgery.  

'He's damaged his cartilage and is out for the season,' Moyes told Everton's official website.  

'It's a blow for the boy as he'd just got back into the team, and it's another player we have lost.'  

Fellow striker Ayegbeni Yakubu and key midfielder Mikel Arteta are also out for the rest of the campaign.

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Source: Daily_Mail