David Ferreira back in July is most realistic scenario right now

May, 18, 2012
5/18/12
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On the day that 2010 MLS MVP David Ferreira addressed the media about how his recovery was progressing, FC Dallas head coach Schellas Hyndman also talked about where he thinks his No. 10 is currently at on the road to recovery.

“Yeah, I think the reality is we’ll have him back in June, doing some training but end of June or early July, he should be back on the field,” Hyndman said

But don’t interpret his guarded statement to mean that he can’t wait to have “El Torito” back on the field. “It would be a good addition for us,” Hyndman said.

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