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Cuellar Injury Update

Cuellar Injury Update

Carlos Cuellar is doubtful for our league opener against Wet Spam after his Benfica gained hamstring twang forces him to take a 10 day break.

Quoted in the Sunday Mercury Carlos said:

'The truth is I feel good and I hope to be back soon.

However despite feeling good he will now miss the visit of Spanish giants Valencia on Friday and is touch and go for the Wet Spam game.

With doubts over Curtis Davies, James Collins and the likely departure of Luke Young, the floor could be nicely cleared for Habib Beye to have a happy day and make a proper claim for a spot or of course we could see the welcomed promotion of Lichaj and Clark to the first 11 for 90 minutes for Valencia, and then hopefully for Wet Spam aswell.

The sooner Clarkie gets a run the better in my eyes. I do not want his future away from B6.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Wednesday August 4 2010
Time: 5:39PM

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Not the end of the world as MON will probably play Heskey at right back instead. With Heskey's record of keeping the ball out of the net we should be fine!
Ricardomeister
04/08/2010 18:24:00
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I like Clark & hope he has a future at the Villa, but feel Collins did a fantastic job alongside Dunne last season & see no reason he should be dropped for Clark at this stage...He has impressed in youth teams & the ressies & whilst we all point to the Fulham game last year, where I thought he had a very good game, he was not really tested or put under any great pressure & had the comfort of playing at home where we controlled the game...It is a tough league & there will be some extremely tough games when things are'nt going so well & team players are out of form & playing against the best, under intense bombardment away from home in tougher conditions when I think you can really start to see about a player...not a criticism of the lad & hope he gets the odd opportunity for us to find out(I think he has the potential to do well), just think Collins has earnt his place last year & I still see Davies becoming a very good centre half!!!
marcobavfc
04/08/2010 19:03:00
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