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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-02-21, 2:15 pm

Jack Ross confirms Chris Maguire has broken a bone in his leg, and will be out between six and eight weeks. Massive blow, will miss a lot of games and a cup final if we get there. Gutted for him.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2019-02-21, 2:54 pm

Oh nooooooo! Thank goodness we do have strength and depth in midfield but am gutted for the lad Crying or Very sad
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Post  Kipper on 2019-02-21, 3:24 pm

Yes - gutted is the word.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-02-21, 5:19 pm

Chris Maguire (broken fibula), Lynden Gooch (hamstring) and Bryan Oviedo (calf) is the latest injury news provided from Jack Ross.


My solution is Mathews at full back and O'Nien behind Grigg

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Post  Kipper on 2019-02-22, 10:18 am

cyprussyd wrote:Chris Maguire (broken fibula), Lynden Gooch (hamstring) and Bryan Oviedo (calf) is the latest injury news provided from Jack Ross.


My solution is Mathews at full back and O'Nien behind Grigg

That could work. At least we've got a fair few attack minded players in the squad. Morgan and Watmore will play their part in the rest of the season as well. "We may even see a bit more of Sterling.

I'm not usually one for a conspiracy but hoping that Oviedo is simply just a calf thing and not a head thing. Hume must be getting there as well which will give us that attacking defender option.
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Post  gil t azell on 2019-02-22, 4:35 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Chris Maguire (broken fibula), Lynden Gooch (hamstring) and Bryan Oviedo (calf) is the latest injury news provided from Jack Ross.


My solution is Mathews at full back and O'Nien behind Grigg
Fab suggestion sir. 

Then leave the team as it is for the next few games. Lets get a settled side ( barring injuries of course) and win games regularly. At least 10 anyway.
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