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Looking ahead to our next few PL games a couple of injury stories have come to light that might actually affect us for the good. Charlton striker Darren Bent, who has just returned to Alan Pardew's relegation haunted side, has again picked up a knock on his knee in training yesterday and faces a fight to be fit for our trip to the Valley next weekend. Also perennial nemesis and Arsenal striker Thierry Henry is out for the rest of the season in view of the Gunners' visit to St James' Park on Easter Monday. He tore stomach and groin muscles whilst the Gooners were getting humped in Europe in midweek.


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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Saturday March 10 2007
Time: 12:41PM

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happy with that. :)
Toon4LiFe
10/03/2007 12:50:00
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Not sure I understand this, an article about injuries and not a list as long as your arm of Magpies injured. I shouldn't tempt fate but is our luck changing? Up the Toon!
GeordieBoy
11/03/2007 09:38:00
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DON'T SAY THAT GEORDIE BOY!!!!!!!
Shearer#1
11/03/2007 15:22:00
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Tempting fate but as you say, maybe things are starting to turn round. Get Owen back for next season, few more signings and maybe we can once again start to look up.
MagpieMad
11/03/2007 15:27:00
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No Henry = us paggering the Arse at SJP. They've got no hope. Think Bolton might catch and overtake them.
SirLes
12/03/2007 13:21:00
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