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Darren No Longer Bent By Injuries

Darren Bent believes his injury niggles are now behind him and he's targeting Everton as the start of a scoring run.

Speaking to the Official Site Bent said he feels on the right track now and he's determined to get back to top form.

'Injuries have plagued me so far this season, but I feel really good now. I feel my injuries are behind me, I will just keep plugging away and look to get on the scoresheet as much as I can.'

He adds that despite having found the net 6 times this season, he really wanted far more than that by now, so he's hoping to make up for it in the second half of the season.

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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 12 2012

Time: 5:22PM

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You were injured, never, thought you were disinterested .... I wonder what the conspiracy theorists make of this over on AVN&V !! lmao On a serious note, good on ya DB, lets hope you can push on and lets hope Keane can get ya some assists and plenty of goals to get us up the table.
astonmilan
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12/01/2012 17:47:00

We all thought you would have more DB9 hopefully the assists come from somewhere...anywhere!
KerryVillian
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12/01/2012 20:31:00

At what point was he injured?
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12/01/2012 23:26:00

 

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