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More Bad News from the Turf!

It never rains but it pours as it is offically announced that Wayne Thomas will be out injured for the rest of the season.

Steve Cotterill is quoted as saying

'We've now lost Wayne for the rest of the season because he has fractured the second metatarsal in his foot and we're not going to be able to use him now.

'It's a massive blow after the partnership he had struck up with Michael Duff, which we thought had a lot of promise.''

Steve must be gutted and must wonder when this awful season will draw to a close! He is not the only one, with most of us hoping and praying we can survive the next 8 final games without being relegated!

How do you feel this might affect our chances of survival? Discuss below or on our forums


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Monday March 20 2006
Time: 4:00PM

Comments

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No good losing your Thomas, that could make life very hard.
pompeygray
22/03/2006 01:58:00
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I agree with the saying : It never rains but pours . Obstacles are piling on our way and how to overcome them is the big question . We have to rely on the wisdom of our great manager .Surely he will devise a means to let us afloat to save our souls . I still believe that the relegation gate is not open to us but to others .
davemanu2000
23/03/2006 11:36:00
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