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Robbie's Back!!!!

Blackburn Rovers midfielder Robbie Savage is closing in on a return from a spell on the sidelines.

Savage suffered a knee injury during October's 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur and underwent surgery in order to rectify the problem.

After six weeks out, the 33-year-old resumed training on Friday and could feature in Sunday's trip to Fulham.

'Robbie trained for the first time on Friday and was full of it afterwards,' Rovers chairman John Williams is quoted as saying in the Daily Star.

'He should be in contention for a place against Fulham.'

MIKEY THOUGHTS

Go Robbie, Go Robbie!!!!

Writer:Mikey
Date:Monday November 19 2007
Time: 9:44AM

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I for one wish him a speedy recovery, so that he can come back and pick up another even worse injury.
Blue is the colour
19/11/2007 09:49:00
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nice and harsh there BITC, bit uncalled for that chief.... good luck Rob. we have missed you
MikeyGamst
19/11/2007 09:53:00
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Tounge in cheek,
Blue is the colour
19/11/2007 09:54:00
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But if you add up the "combined months of injuries" he has caused players over the years, he got of kinda easy with only six weeks.
Blue is the colour
19/11/2007 09:56:00
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hey hey, u have to remember, savage has only been sent of once in a premier league match, so cut the guy some slack
sasman
19/11/2007 10:19:00
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I cant remember any injuries he's caused... correct me if im wrong please but I cant remember a single one. So as sas says... cut the guy some slcak your just going of reputation.
MikeyGamst
19/11/2007 10:26:00
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Everyones favourite ? too many Stella's responsible for that sort of sub heading, and at 10 in the morning too.
Chris is Here
19/11/2007 10:39:00
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To quote someone "it was tongue in cheek".... Havent had a drink for 3 weeks!!!
MikeyGamst
19/11/2007 10:49:00
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Sav has made a remarkable recovery, although most players do these days with the advanced technology that is used. It will be VERY interesting to see what Sparky does though, will Sav come straight back in, or will he have to take a place on the bench?!?!
Hughes Da Man
19/11/2007 10:50:00
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I think he could go straight back in but that would perhaps be a bit harsh on the Axe.
MikeyGamst
19/11/2007 10:50:00
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