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Foxes boss hopeful on injuries

Foxes boss hopeful on injuries

Leicester City manager Rob Kelly is hopeful that Gareth McAuley, Stephen Hughes and Iain Hume will play a part in Saturday's game against Coventry City at the Walkers Stadium.

He told his club's website earlier in the week: 'Gareth McAuley is still struggling a little with his calf while Stephen Hughes has got a groin and back problem.

'But he is going to have another injection this week so we are hopeful.

'Iain Hume has got tight hamstrings but none of those injuries are what we would call long-term.'

Danny Tiatto and Matty Fryatt are set to miss out while the Foxes have also lost skipper Paddy McCarthy, possibly for the rest of the season.


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Writer:CCFC
Date:Thursday February 15 2007
Time: 6:00AM

Comments

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Look like they are already getting their reasons for a defeat Come on City beat the Scum at the Crisp Bowl
ccfcks
13/02/2007 18:09:00
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3 Things to Cheer Nogsy up Please City! 1) Don't get relegated 2) Don't appoint Megson as Boss and 3) D*ck on the Incester! oh and whilst we are at it 4) Don't offer Season Ticket Holders tickets for Beverley Knight!
Nogsy
15/02/2007 19:28:00
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Leicester done well today, a new manager will at least get you a few points allowing for new manager syndrome.
col8
18/02/2007 00:21:00
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