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Woodgate Misses Toon Match

Middlesbrough defender Jonathan Woodgate looks certain to miss Newcastle's visit to the Riverside on Sunday 22nd October.

The 26-year-old, currently on loan from Real Madrid, has picked up an injury in training.

Boro refuse to comment but it seems a groin problem is part of the problem. And a rumour from the Riverside suggests the injury could involve his thigh, which has caused him problems for three years.

He joined Real in a 13.4million move from Newcastle in August 2004 and only managed 14 matches for the Spanish side in two seasons.

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Sunday 15th October 2006
Newcastle v Bolton 16.00

Thursday 19th October 2006
Newcastle v Fenerbahce 19.45

Sunday 22nd October 2006
Middlesbro' v Newcastle 15.00

Wednesday 25th October 2006
Carling Cup
Newcastle v Portsmouth 19.45




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Date:Monday October 9 2006

Time: 1:14PM

Your Comments

would be sad for the lad if he was to have a reoccarance of that injury again just when it looks like his career was getting back on track !
dazednconfuzed
Not another ******* Woodgate injury. He is worse then Jamie Redknapp, injury wise. He should have stayed at Newcastle.
wei, wu and shu
He is injured again that aint like him is it? When he is fit i think he is a great player.
jono_forest
Yes but when is he fit? sounds like 3 to 4 weeks out again!!
Cravens
...And this is why we were right to not sign him, if we even had the chance to. We need a solid, consistent centre-back partnership, which is something he would not be able to give us. Moore and Taylor is what we should be working on from now.
arctoa
moore and taylor can be very solid. carr on the rite and bernard on the left. woodgate can ***** off.
Toon4LiFe
brilliant player but he's always injured, will he ever put a run of 5 games together.
dazza71
oh well just glad hes not here wen is roeder going to play steven taylor cause for some reason he wants the sack for the same reason as the last 2 managers, bramble
paulr3062
 

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