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Major Stars Back In Contention For Bolton

Matt Derbyshire, Andre Ooijer, Jason Roberts and David Dunn are all expected to be good to go in Wednesdays derby game against Bolton.

For varying reasons and knocks all four were not considered for the trip to Sunderland on Saturday but all are available for the big matches this week.

Bolton at home and Boro away on Saturday are crunch games if we are going to drag ourselves away from the dreaded drop zone.

Having all the bodies available we can is a massive boost.




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The Journalist

Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 26 2009

Time: 9:41AM

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Great news as all are crucial to the run in this season.
Mikey D
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26/01/2009 09:43:00

hope roberts goes straight back in with benni
glen9mullan
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26/01/2009 10:26:00

I am sure he will - why change a winning formula?
Mikey D
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26/01/2009 10:35:00

I think he will come back, the understanding between Macca and Robbo is amazing, neither player has that understanding with RSC
tugaylegend
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26/01/2009 15:40:00

Agreed Tugay... they are actual real life best friends, and you cant fake that sort of chemistry.
Mikey D
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26/01/2009 15:42:00

Hope Vince is fit too, anyone know how hes doing? would be great to see dunny and vince in the middle together!!
whitey_82003
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26/01/2009 18:01:00

Now your talking Whitey, looking forward to seeing it myself. I've read the knock he picked up at Sunderland is'nt serious and he is expected to play Wednesday. This has the potential to be a great midfield partnership if we can keep both fit.
spinaker7081
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27/01/2009 00:54:00

Vince has recieved the all clear. I think the last thing we all wanted to see was Vince getting ANOTHER injury. I still think we will see Grella/Dunn for the first time tomorrow.
Mikey D
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27/01/2009 10:39:00

im excited by the prospect of having those day in the middle of the park, ive got both them on the back of my shirts this season, so lets hope they stay fit and play, and play well at that! C'mon Rovers!
whitey_82003
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27/01/2009 13:06:00

Grella is raring to go lads, however, i really dont no if derby day is the best day to unleash both Grella and Dunny, surely they dont need to be rushed in yet. Bring em in of the bench, start with Andrews and Tugay, see how the game goes. I think Grella and Dunny should be saved for a start on the wkend against Boro. That match wont be as intense in terms of physical demands
sasman
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28/01/2009 04:18:00

I can see where your coming from, but have to disagree. We must play our strongest side at home!
spinaker7081
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28/01/2009 18:20:00

Well Grella played and DUnny didnt, Grella had a great game to be honest, nothing got through the centre of the pitch
sasman
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28/01/2009 22:40:00

 

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