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McLeish Waits On Jerome

Birmingham City manager Alex McLeish will give Cameron Jerome until the last minute to see if he is fit to take to the field against Blackpool this weekend.

The striker has been suffering with an ankle injury and McLeish is hoping he will pass a late fitness test.

McLeish was without his frontman for the clash with Arsenal last week, but he is desperate to get him back against Blackpool.


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Date:Friday October 22 2010

Time: 2:08PM

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Lets hope he actually does something if he gets on the pitch, he's been useless recently
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