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Dunn To Return Shortly

David Dunn has once again returned to training following his most recent injury.

If all goes well he should be in contention for a return to action in the next scheduled reserve game.

The inury prone midfielder was taken off in the Derby clash with what was thought to be a recurrence of his hamstring problem, however speaking to the press Bruce revealed that it was a fresh calf problem but he is making progress:

'Dunny is now on the training pitch, part the way through his rehabilitation. We're hoping he can play a game in the next week or so. We're on the long road back with him again.'




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Date:Saturday November 18 2006

Time: 7:45PM

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should be back in time for the hectic xmas and new year schedule...
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