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No Nafti for Barnsley clash

No Nafti for Barnsley clash

Birmingham face Barnsley this weekend at St Andrews without the services of midfielder Mehdi Nafti.

The Tunisia international misses the game because of a hamstring tear that he picked up in Blues` away game at Southampton last weekend, he could be out for a month.

Looking to make his first team debut is Kemy Agustien, he has been out of the side since arriving from AZ Alkmaar while he recovered from a hernia operation, but he played 45 minutes of a reserve game against Crewe in midweek and has declared himself ready to go.

Damien Johnson is still suffering from a back injury.

The last time these two teams met at St Andrews was 11th November 2006, this was a Championship game and Birmingham ran out 2-0 winners with goals from Gary McSheffrey and Neil Danns.




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Date:Friday August 22 2008
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