Franck Ribery is practically ruled out of Bayern Munich’s match with Barcelona

first_img With these words, it seems that Pep Guardiola will be without one of his key attacking players once again when Barça visit. CEST “I was really keen to play and I’ve worked really hard to get back as soon as possible, but my ankle has not responded and it’s really frustrating,” Ribery told Kicker.  Sport EN Ribery has four days to make a miracle recovery if he wants to play in Munich, or Guardiola, once again, will have to pick a team without either the Frenchman or Dutch international Arjen Robben.  08/05/2015center_img Upd. at 19:06 The French forward has been sidelined with an ankle injury and it looks like he won’t be able to help his side as they try to overturn a 3-0 first leg defeat at Camp Nou on Wednesday night.  The two sides will resume their battle this week with a place in the Berlin final on June 6 up for grabs. It looks like a return for the second leg of Bayern Munich’s Champions League semi-final with Barcelona on Tuesday will be Mission Impossible for Franck Ribery. last_img

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