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Claus And Bart To Start On Saturday?

Claus And Bart To Start On Saturday?

Saturday could see a change in the back line with Lundekvam and Bialkowski set to press for first team places.
Both players are involved in tonights Reserves game against Millwall, and will be keen to impress in view of the away match to Leicester this coming saturday.

Last week Lundekvam came through his first 45 minutes having been stretchered off against Derby, and has been showing progress in training this week.

George Burley said: 'He's progressing well and his fitness is getting there. Whether we play him for the whole game is another matter'

Bartosz Bialkowski is also hopeful of a start against Leicester this Saturday. He has been a key figure in the Saints Reserves team keeping 3 clean sheets in as many games, having recently recovered from a cruicate knee ligament injury.


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Date:Tuesday October 10 2006
Time: 7:42PM

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It will be a big bonus getting these to back definitley with Lundekvam
jono_forest
10/10/2006 20:22:00
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good time for them to come back in the squad , you do not appear to have suffered much without them but it will be a timely bonus for you guys I am sure ... looking forward to coming to your place 4th Nov ... see you then !
dazednconfuzed
16/10/2006 13:41:00
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This site is inhabited by FOREIGNERS...what has happened to Southampton Supporters. Have they gone underground ? Biggest poster on 2 points...get real boys come out of hibernation. We know you are not as good as Pompey but you are not deserving of no support here.
pompeygray
21/10/2006 04:21:00
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