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Gray Set For Sidelines

Wednesday's experienced winger Michael Gray is expected to miss this weekend's tough trip to Bristol City with a hamstring injury.

The former Sunderland and Blackburn Rovers man picked up the injury in the 4-1 thrashing at Watford on Friday night, being forced to leave the pitch early in the second half.

The news will be a big blow to Owls boss Brian Laws, with Gray being one of the more positive points about Wednesday's campaign so far.

But Gray's absence shouldn't be a long one, with boss Brian Laws confirming today that there's no tear, and that Gray's expected to be given the green light for the home clash with Q.P.R. a week later.

Etienne Esajas could be propelled into the first team after taking part in the reserve's 4-2 success over Walsall in midweek.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 28 2009

Time: 1:53PM

Your Comments

Shame about him, how come players that are not playing so well never seem to get injured ?
ecco owl
I always got told that you're more likely to get injured if you go into a tackle half hearted when I was younger. Now I know that was a lie!
pob
Could be a good thing, ee on the left, jj on the right, joc n macca centre mid seems ok to me
smiggyswfc
When is purse gonna get dropped.
Radon Barrier
gives him more time to write his blog
Norman
If EE plays at least we wont be missing out on quality set pieces! Which we'll need against Bristol City!!
Owls That!
 

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