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Injured Players Return To Reserves

Injured Players Return To Reserves

Biakowski, Lallana, Craine, Prutton and Dyer are all in with a shout of making a return from injury tonight for the Saints 2nd string.

Saints reserves take on Brighton Reserves at staplewood tonight.

Stewart Henderson, the Saints reserve team coach, speaking to the Daily Echo said -
'There are some lads who really need a game.

'Bartosz, Adam, Martin Cranie, David Prutton - I'm thinking of those.

'Hopefully Nathan will be able to play and apart from that it's a chance for some of the older youth team players'.

Henderson has had to make do with a much reduced reserve team programme, and bad weather hasent helped. It has infact been 2 months since the Saints 2nd string got a game and that was a 2-1 against Aldershot reserves.

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Date:Wednesday January 24 2007
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Should be a good game, both about the same standard.
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