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Good News On Petrov Injury Front

According to reports today Stiliyan Petrov should be back for the home game against Middlesbrough this weekend after sitting out the game against Wigan on Sunday.

Petrov had to withdraw thanks to a hamstring injury but fortunately a scan has shown there is no real damage and he should be fit to play.

Martin O'Neill said: 'Stiliyan wasn't right for the Wigan game but he has had a scan which showed he was clear of any real damage and he is feeling much better.'




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 20 2006

Time: 6:51PM

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It's clear for all to see that Petrov is a valuable source of creativity in midfield ie none what so ever at Wigan
Steve64k
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20/11/2006 20:38:00

The man was missed as was McCann be good to see him back, It is plain for us all to see how much he wants that first goal, we are behind you Stan, be nice to see the first at the holte end, but anywhere will do. UTV
steff_the_villan
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20/11/2006 21:43:00

A quality player who will continue to improve. We missed him. we need him back. Money very well spent by MON, bodes very well for future purchases.
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21/11/2006 18:11:00

 

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