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Rovers get Dann, Gael and Kazim boost

The international break looks to have come at a good time for some of Rovers walking wounded with a couple of weeks break likely to see Rovers three main injury concerns nursed back to full health.

Gael Givet and Scott Dann both picked up scares at Elland Road on Saturday with Dann forced out of the game early doors with a hamstring complaint whilst Gael soldiered on (like the legend he is) with a suspected foot problem.

But both have received after a timely boost after scans with the outcome being that both Dann and Givet are highly likely to be lining up at Ashton Gate on September 15.

Add into the mix that Colin Kazim-Richards is still on track to return from his leg injury that has kept him out of the last two league fixtures and it's something of a good news morning.

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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 4 2012

Time: 9:51AM

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Great news, the thought of Orr and Hanley as some sort of makeshift centre back partnership would have been a scary one!
Mikey Delap
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04/09/2012 09:53:00

Brilliant, the break came at a great time for our lads!
Sasman!
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04/09/2012 15:14:00

Quite frankly all I want to hear now is Martin is back in the team! Seems to me as if Rovers are being deliberately silent on him in the hopes we'll stop thinking about him (proved successful with Grella).
Uncle Jack's Nephew
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04/09/2012 18:02:00

it couldnt of come any beter timing, only time im pleased for abit of a break!
marshinrover
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04/09/2012 23:02:00

 

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