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Duke of Pork back in full training

Duke of Pork back in full training

With his Achilles injury cleared, Mark Viduka has started his first full training session since the season ending injury back in April last year. Although the Chelsea game is definitely a 'Bridge` too far for the Aussie, there are some suggestions he could make some sort of sub impression at Boro a week later.



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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Thursday November 20 2008
Time: 9:18PM

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El Porco should not be dismissed so lightly. He gets his blubber into places no-one else wishes to visit.....the lard deposits cushion the ball beautifully as its humped up from the back....and he can still strike a ball. Toons problem is that they are feeding Owen like a Foie gras goose to turn him into Prince of Pork to increase his core body strength.....but in doing so are compromising his main threat....his quick turn and acceleration. Two fading fatties I feel!
mutters
21/11/2008 00:37:00
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that should read.......Faded........they are both past tense.......
lincolnblue
21/11/2008 11:34:00
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Ensure that the pie vans shut when he's passing
Tiny T
24/11/2008 13:51:00
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