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Pre Southampton Injury News

Ron Vlaar, Ashley Westwood and Brett Holman have all returned to training ahead of the Southampton game, but we do have a few definitely out of contention.

Speaking to the Official Site Paul Lambert explained our current injury woes.

Darren Bent, Marc Albrighton, and Chris Herd have all been ruled out, and Shay Given is struggling with a hamstring problem.

'Darren isn't as bad as first feared but he is going to be out for Saturday. It's his knee, it's not severe - maybe 10 days. It's his medial ligament. Shay is struggling with a hamstring as well.'

Lambert also adds that Richard Dunne may resume training by the middle of next week.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Friday January 11 2013
Time: 6:39PM

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Good to see Concrete coming back, but we still need some signings........
Pride of Lions
11/01/2013 18:54:00
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Can`t see Dunne ever playing for villa again. Rightfully imo.
NI Villan
11/01/2013 19:36:00
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I think we should drop panic, misfortune and disaster and bring in confidence, luck and brilliance. They have been missed all season. I hope they are selected for tomorrow.
stennyvilla
11/01/2013 20:24:00
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if Dunne has been rebuilt upgraded and reprogrammed, maybe. But I dont think that is possible with the T1000 model.......no backwards compatibility. Arse backwards perhaps.
malacaxeta
11/01/2013 20:50:00
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Anyone else noticed Bent is only fit for cup games? Then pulls a funky delayed injury like he did v Bradford. Now his out until our 2nd clash. Oh how convenient.
Blitz
11/01/2013 21:32:00
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Well after the huge disappointment of the other evening's shambles, and the non-arrival of even one new much needed signing, at least the return to training of the chaps named in Mike's article has to lift the claret and blue spirits somewhat.
glensider
11/01/2013 23:07:00
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Like three new signings.......
AHAVFC
12/01/2013 00:02:00
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By the way,were fine ,he's fine, training was fine,the weather is fine,I've had a parking fine....... Please can we win so I really can enjoy the weekend and stop kicking the dog(joking).
mickatkins21
12/01/2013 01:06:00
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Regarding Dunne, whilst I would agree he's behaved disgracefully off the pitch, he is premier league quality, has bags of experience, keeps it simple and can lead on the pitch - I think not to select him would be cutting off our noses to spite our face.
McGrath4Pope
12/01/2013 11:13:00
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