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Sidwell Glad To Be Back

Sidwell Glad To Be Back

Stevie Sidwell made his return to action in yesterday's 4-0 reserve clash against Blackpool and boy is he glad to be back.

Sidders was speaking on the Official Site following his completion of 90 minutes in yesterday's thumping win and hopefully brings an end to the achilles issue he's had since the Valencia friendly.

Commenting on the run out itself, he said:

'It was tiring, first and foremost! But it was nice to be out there. This was the first one back and I'll just knuckle down in training now and see where it goes.'

So there we go, on the back of the news that Collins didn't suffer a nose/cheek/skull fracture (depending on which report you read) meaning he'll be fit for Stoke, it's looking better for us on the injury front already.

Sidders is unlikely to feature against Stoke I would guess, but you never know.

We haven't yet seen the barsteward who destroyed us when he was at Reading, so fingers crossed given we must deal with the squad we have now until January at least, Sidwell can regain that form and give us a real boost in the middle of the park.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Tuesday September 7 2010
Time: 4:00PM


Finally, it's not like I did it at 10.15 PMSL Bloody idiot! Not really worth the wait was it lol
07/09/2010 16:07:00
talking to yourself MF? For those who don't know what planet MF is on, he set the article to show up on a timer... move along, nothing to see here!
The Fear
07/09/2010 16:48:00
To be fair so everybody can laugh, I meant to set it for 11am this morning lol Not strictly talking to myself though JF, just more relieved I didn't bugger the date either and have it publish in a fortnights time PMSL
07/09/2010 16:50:00
I will send two posts. One saying 5.01pm and one saying 5.03pm. I will send the 5.01 one first, but see if I can get the one that says 5.03pm to arrive first.
07/09/2010 17:03:00
Would you believe it? So that is how to send 'delayed' posts. That will make for interesting reading in the future.
07/09/2010 17:05:00
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