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Forse Nears Fitness

Mikael Forssell is closing in on a return following his knee injury and it's believed the striker will return to training within a fortnight.

The Forse has been out since October and following knee surgery he hasn't suffered any setbacks so far.

Eric Black said today:

'Mikael is progressing well and still working on his individual programme.

'He has not joined in training with the main group as yet, but I think that would be imminent within the next eight to 10 days.'




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Date:Thursday February 8 2007

Time: 5:45PM

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