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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-10-21, 7:42 pm

"The strength in depth is now a lot better and you have Jonny Williams who should be fit for next weekend as well. "I keep saying we have to put the everything together, of keeping a clean sheet which will allow us to go an win a game."Grayson also said that Josh Maja's injury setback is not thought to be serious. The 18-year-old was due to play against Everton U23's on Friday afternoon but withdrew at the last minute after feeling his knee in the warm-up. He said: "He was down to play against Everton, he felt his knee was a little bit sore. It was a precaution that he didn't play. "He was in for treatment to see but I don't think it will be anything serious. It was more a precaution."

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