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Although there are no firm details at the moment, it's being suggested that Nigel Reo-Coker will be out for about 3 weeks following the injury he sustained today against Fulham.

There are no quotes as of yet from either the player or Houllier, but SSN have given the timeframe of 2-3 weeks for our stand in captain.

Methinks Gerard may have smashed a mirror.

Murph will be happy, maybe we'll see Salifou?

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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 6 2010

Time: 6:47PM

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Just a thought. We're suddenly having a string of injuries after a long périod of few. Could it be thé new training programmes?
Villaininthemerde
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06/11/2010 23:37:00

Fabian Delph, Gary Gardner, Andreas Weiman, Gabriel Agbonlahor all injured BEFORE GH. We've been getting away with it for far too long. It was inevitable that it would catch up with us eventually. It has nothing to do with the new training regime.
Adam Deuce
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07/11/2010 05:22:00

 

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