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Moorecelino / Injury Update

With Craig Moorecelino due to head back to the A League this summer it could be the case that the remaining run in sees his last handful of games for the club. According to the Ronnie he is set to return to training and be available for selection for the weekend. Roeder added:

"We rested Craig on Monday for the right reasons because we did not think he could play two games in the space of three days. By doing this we are confident that we will have him back for Saturday's game with Portsmouth.'

Along with Moore, Glenn Roeder also expects the Sib, Parker and Dyer to be back in contention for the weekend game following their various ailments suffered over the Bank Holiday weekend. Shay however remains a longer term doubt.

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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 11 2007

Time: 1:42PM

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Sack off Moorcelino Glenn lad. Stick with the gooch and we can't go wrong.
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13/04/2007 10:54:00

gooch is a liability. That Charlton goal was just an embarassment.
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