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Albrighton Now Out For 3 Weeks

Marc Albrighton will be out for the next 3 weeks at least as he recovers from appendicitis.

The Birmingham Mail are reporting that Albie will be out for 3 weeks as he recovers meaning he will now miss the clashes against Birmingham, Arsenal, Liverpool and the Baggies.

Albie pulled out of the squad for Blackburn after being taken ill in the team hotel on Saturday evening but few would've guessed it would have led to a reasonably lengthy lay off at the point.

Get well soon Albie!

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The Journalist

Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 23 2010

Time: 2:40PM

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Appendicitis, is it an automatic whip out thesedays, just wondering about the 3 weeks?
mike_field
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23/11/2010 14:45:00

excuse the language but we really are sh it out of luck aren't we?!
The Fear
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23/11/2010 15:04:00

This is becoming absolutely ridiculous. I laughed when I heard this news, like a crazy person would laugh. Like a crazy person.
Stephen Jay Hawkings
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23/11/2010 15:41:00

At least now he can be become an astronaut (sorry trying to look on the bright side, this is the best i could come up with)
Lost_In_Ca
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23/11/2010 19:30:00

... Sod it, I'm taking my boots on Saturday .... you never know !!!
bixit
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23/11/2010 20:25:00

Downing must stay on the left. Ashley must go down the right with Gabi in the middle. Playing downing on the right against Blackburn was a mistake. He has been exceptional over the last month on the left. It would actually be better balanced with having a left footer on the left and a right footer on the right.
voiceoftheholte
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24/11/2010 00:10:00

 

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