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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

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Shame about him, how come players that are not playing so well never seem to get injured ?
ecco owl
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28/10/2009 15:18:00

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
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28/10/2009 15:44:00

Could be a good thing, ee on the left, jj on the right, joc n macca centre mid seems ok to me
smiggyswfc
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28/10/2009 19:25:00

When is purse gonna get dropped.
Radon Barrier
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28/10/2009 19:28:00

gives him more time to write his blog
Norman
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28/10/2009 22:18:00

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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29/10/2009 03:31:00

 

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