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International Rangers Adel Taarabt and Heidar Helguson will not be available for the R's clash with Exeter City tomorrow night.

Tottenham loanee Adel Taarabt will face the Congo on Wednesday August 12 in an International friendly as he looks to hold down his place in the squad.

The same evening misfiring striker Heidar Helguson will look to be among the goals for Iceland as they face Slovakia.

Taarabt, born in Fez, has three caps to his name for Morocco, scoring one goal, while Dalvík born Helguson looks to add to his 43 caps and more importantly his eight goals.

Meanwhile Kaspars Gorkss has pulled out of the Latvia squad to face Bulgaria through a slight knee injury, putting pay to his chances of playing tomorrow night, while Alejandro Faurlín remains doubtful with a thigh complaint.

Lee Cook (knee) and Martin Rowlands (ankle) will definitely miss the clash




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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 10 2009

Time: 2:47PM

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Shame that, we're in danger of scoring some goals then!!
Guttermouth
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10/08/2009 15:40:00

Chortle, Pat upfront then? If Pellicori was available he would have been among the 18 on Saturday n'est pas?
Boxer
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10/08/2009 15:55:00

Ditto that, Guttermouth. Surely Pat AND vine upfront against wee Exeter.
kiwi park ranger
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10/08/2009 20:31:00

Oh yeah, I wasn't incinuating one up front, god forbid
Boxer
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10/08/2009 21:24:00

A great opportunity for the strikers to get a bag full of confidence boosting goals.
kiwi park ranger
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11/08/2009 17:53:00

 

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