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Dyer Suffers Setback

Keiron Dyer looks to be out until the new year after suffering a set-back in his foot injury.

Football's unluckiest man has been dealt another timely injury blow as a NEW injury complaint has come to the fore with ligament damage to the front of his foot.

The midfielder was ruled out after just a few minutes of the opening day clash with Bolton Wanderers and now looks set to miss the next few months with this latest set-back.

Warnock said: 'It's not looking good for Keiron, and it looks as if he will need a lengthy rehab.

'There seems to be new ligament problem at the front of his foot, and he has been in a lot of pain.

'I feel for the lad, especially after the training and effort he`s made to get back.'


The former England international has been beset by injury problems in recent seasons and this is the latest in a string of disappointments for the ex-West Ham United man.




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Date:Friday October 7 2011

Time: 10:29AM

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Sincerely hope you've got this guy on a pay-as-you-play deal!
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Indeed we did. Evidently still gets paid, just not as much
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