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Emo injury update

Emo injury update

Rovers midfielder Brett Emerton is expected to miss at the very worst the next three weeks of action after suffering a grade-two tear in his groin at St.Andrews on Tuesday night.

The Australian struggled off after 20 minutes of the match in which Rovers were utter tosh until 2-0 down and fears came back that emo could be sidelined for a while.

But fear not, he may miss the Christmas period but it is a long old season and it won't be long before Mr.Consistency is back!



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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Friday December 18 2009
Time: 8:54PM

Comments

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Not the best of news, fingers crossed he will be back and ready for the Cup Semi
sasman
18/12/2009 22:00:00
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we really do need him, hes much much better than diouf
LHrover
19/12/2009 03:45:00
0
phew!
the shire
19/12/2009 05:41:00
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ahh crap... 3 is better than the knee injury!
retroflair31
19/12/2009 17:02:00
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we are clearly missing him in these past 2 matches...we just lost our pace and teetch
dominator2800
19/12/2009 17:29:00
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Did you guys just get another home flogging? Thought there might be an article on it.
TergeHauge
19/12/2009 19:37:00
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TergeHauge - there will be an article on it, and what team do you support again?
LHrover
19/12/2009 21:21:00
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