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Dunn Out For Upto 3 Weeks

Dunn Out For Upto 3 Weeks

David Dunn has pulled his calf in training and will now be on the sidelines again for 2-3 weeks.

Speaking to the local press manager Steve Bruce said:

'It's a shame, Dunny's probably played more games in the last few weeks than he has done the last two-and-a-half seasons.

'And we've seen what a difference he can make when he's out there on the pitch. But fortunately his injury is nothing serious, it's one of those things.'


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Date:Saturday September 30 2006
Time: 5:10PM

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Dunn certainly seems to be jinxed when it comes to injuries. Hopefully this isn't too serious.
sandgroanun
30/09/2006 23:08:00
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thats pretty bad news for you. Atleast its only 2-3 weeks and not months.
jono_forest
01/10/2006 08:14:00
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As you say it's only weeks and not months again so just got to hope he can shake it and it won't turn into a longer layoff.
Blackeye
03/10/2006 13:47:00
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