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Fahey Ready For Derby Game?

Chris Hughton has reportedly said that Keith Fahey will be ready to take his place in the side that faces Derby County.

Fahey picked up a groin injury in the defeat at home to Nottingham Forest at the weekend after stretching for the ball.

The Blues star stayed on the ground for a few minutes before he was able to get up and continue.

"We think he will be OK," said the manager to the Birmingham Mail. "He was a little bit of a doubt before, but he managed to get through 90 minutes."



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Date:Tuesday February 28 2012

Time: 2:45PM


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