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Defender Out For The Season?

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Central defender Matthew Connolly could be out for the remainder of the season according to reports today.

While the truth may be significantly less dramatic, the Ealing Gazette have entertained the idea that the glandular fever blighting Connolly's good start to the season may well put pay to his season.

Jim Magilton refused to be drawn on a date for Connolly's potential return, but the newspaper reported that the fever may have affected the defender's spleen - and he would have to wait another month once being given the all clear.

While the end of the season may be the worst case scenario, it is a possibility according to the reports. Nevertheless the R's will be hopeful to have him among their ranks much sooner.




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Writer:Boxer
Date:Wednesday October 7 2009
Time: 1:58PM

Comments

0
We are short on defenders anyway, maybe now its time to go get a new one.
LeeCookFan
07/10/2009 14:39:00
0
Not on central ones I don't think. I agree we may need another player that can play left-back. In the middle, Ramage, Gorkss, Hall (back soon), Stewart, Oastler. We have only one left-back with Connolly adept at covering, so there we need to strengthen!
Boxer
07/10/2009 14:44:00
0
agreed a new defender an a PROVEN goalscorer
ozanne park rangers
07/10/2009 21:15:00
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Helguson was proven Ozanne, just hasn't lived up to the hype. Who is to say a Kevin Phillips wouldn't bomb either? Brett Angell, scored hatfulls for every club he played for, for us - nothing. Just the way it is sometimes.
Boxer
07/10/2009 23:27:00
0
How does everything move to needing a striker or Flavio? Honestly I think on on form HH back is all we need. Back to the point though, I agree we need a LB rather than a centre back.
LeeCookFan
08/10/2009 12:07:00
0
Did you say Briatore? BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO etc.
Boxer
08/10/2009 12:08:00
0
I've been AWOL for a while but LCF you've brought me back with that one- you honestly believe that the Icelander is exactly what we need?!??!?! Words escape me.
Guttermouth
08/10/2009 15:28:00
0
When he is in the form that he is in right now, why not?
LeeCookFan
08/10/2009 19:24:00
0
This is why he performs better with Watford LCF - a club willing to give him a chance.
Boxer
08/10/2009 20:25:00
0
Blimey, people have been at the funny mushrooms again! HH on form? Hell, he's barely fit and still (at the age of 31) has no clue about the offside law. At least, a very boring Thursday has been lit up with humour.
QPR4Me
08/10/2009 21:45:00
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