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Marseille [France], Feb 23 ( ANI ): Second-seed Stan Wawrinka's comeback from a six-month injury lay-off suffered a major blow as he hobbled out of the Open 13 after retiring hurt during his second round clash against Ilya Ivashka of Belarus here on Friday.
Of more concern to England head coach Lancaster will be the fitness of Farrell, who hobbled off in the 18th minute after twisting his left knee in a collision with Clermont flanker Julien Bardy.
But in severe pain and against doctor's advice he hobbled around the table in loose-fitting shoes, resting his badly swollen leg on a stool next to his chair.
Secondly, does he recognise that our city's finances have been hobbled by his colleagues in government and their devastating austerity measures?
is cutting 27,000 jobs in an effort to recover from management missteps that hobbled the Silicon Valley pioneer as its rivals raced ahead with more innovative products and services.
Summary: Wayne Rooney hobbled off the field in the last minute to complete a miserable night for Manchester United as they lost 2-1 in Munich.
The Toon's Yorkshire terrier took a whack in the first half at St James' Park in the 2-0 win over Middlesbrough after a collision with Rhys Williams and hobbled off shortly after the break after trying to run off his leg knock.
He wrote in the New Statesman: "[The MPC] was hobbled by "group think" - or the "tyranny of the consensus".
Livingston had been developing as the team's point guard, and the team's other point guard, 37-year-old Sam Cassell, has been hobbled by various injuries this season.
He stopped on the corner of Churchill Drive, then hobbled away again.
Downing hobbled out of the session and underwent a scan and will now fly home.
Brock hobbled out the door and into the waiting get away car.