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Zigic Makes Scoring Comeback

The blues team beat Leeds United at Wast Hills 2-0 as all the first team players involved continued their recovery.

Zigic, Murphy and Asante all completed the 60 minutes before been withdrawn.

The goalscorers for Blues were Zigic and Asante, both goals game in the first half; Zigic's was a particularly good goal.

Zigic took the ball on the chest, turned and volleyed into the top corner.

Blues fans will be keen for players like Murphy and Zigic to get back in the fold, in a bid to turn around the clubs fortunes in the Sky Bet Championship this season.




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Writer: Christopher Handy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 17 2013

Time: 4:11PM

Your Comments

We need Zigic and we need him on form and judging by that goal, he just might be.
foxxy
He takes an awful amount of money out of the club so its about time he returned some effort
ugly pig
 

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