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Dyer Misses Crunch Games

Kieron Dyer picked up an injury in a 'freak' training ground incident that will keep him out the side for two weeks.

He will certainly sit out the UEFA Cup tie against Palermo and Saturday's relegation tussle with Sheffield United.

Glenn Roeder: 'Kieron took a knock to his left eye on Friday morning in what can only be described as a freak accident.

'We immediately took him to see a specialist and his advice was that he needs to rest and not to take part in any contact training for at least two weeks.

'Kieron does not deserve such wretched luck to happen little more than a day after getting back out on the pitch against Portsmouth, when for 30 minutes he showed the kind of electric pace and ability that we know he is capable of.

'It is such cruel luck to be robbed of his services, but we have just got to stand up and be counted and move forward in a positive way.'



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Date:Sunday October 29 2006
Time: 12:31PM

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comeback eh . more like comedy cameo . how many people didnt see a dyer injury coming , fair enough its a new one but was expected ,
COOP1407
30/10/2006 15:01:00
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His loss could be of DYER consequences. If you lose to the blades you will come under notice as relegation candidates - you may well think that you are already but until the week-end arrives I am not so pessimistic.
pompeygray
31/10/2006 05:56:00
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