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Bowyer may be back at weekend

Bowyer may be back at weekend

Birmingham boss Alex McLeish is hoping that Lee Bowyer will be available for the game against Doncaster at the weekend.

The 32-year-old did not feature in Blues last outing at Barnsley because of a groin injury, which is hopefully not too serious.

The boss told the Birmingham Mail: 'We hope that he will be back for Saturday, he had a scan and there wasn't much on it.

'He has had a wee bit of back stiffness over the past few weeks and possibly it has come from that, so he is seeing his specialist in London and we hope that he comes back with good news towards the end of the week.

'The problem is up in his abductor, at the top of his groin.'



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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Thursday March 12 2009
Time: 12:12PM

Comments

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you need all the experience you can get with the final run in.
bluemooner_mcfc
14/03/2009 16:08:00
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you need all the experience you can get with the final run in.
bluemooner_mcfc
14/03/2009 16:08:00
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Good win be great to see you back with the big boys next season
Doody
14/03/2009 22:37:00
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Good win be great to see you back with the big boys next season
Doody
14/03/2009 22:37:00
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After game comment - good result, the three points keeps the pressure on Wolves.
Thaibluefan
15/03/2009 03:22:00
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After game comment - good result, the three points keeps the pressure on Wolves.
Thaibluefan
15/03/2009 03:22:00
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