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No worries for Hughes

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Mark Hughes reports no fresh injury concerns as Manchester City look to maintain their 100% start to the Premier League season at Portsmouth.Hughes named an impressively strong line-up for Thursday night's Carling Cup win at Crystal Palace and could keep the same side.Craig Bellamy and Nigel de Jong would both hope for a chance to shine, although they may have to be content with a place on the b...Full Story »

Lions tamed by injury problems

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Millwall`s injury crisis shows no sign of letting up ahead of Friday night`s visit of Brighton.Tony Craig is the latest addition to the casualty list after suffering a recurrence of his back injury which kept him out of Tuesday night`s Carling Cup defeat at West Ham.Fellow defenders Zak Whitbread (hip), Danny Senda (Achilles), Pat O`Connor (cruciate) and Paul Robinson (metatarsal) are still on t...Full Story »

Hart's conscience is clear

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Portsmouth boss Paul Hart says he does not fear for his job, despite his side's woeful start to their Barclays Premier League campaign.The south-coast outfit have lost all of their opening six league matches and are currently pointless at the bottom of the table.Hart is now the bookmakers' favourite to be the next Premier League manager relieved of his duties ahead of his side's home clash with ...Full Story »

All eyes on Warnock return

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Aston Villa defender Stephen Warnock insists there is no bad feeling between him and Blackburn as he heads back to Ewood Park for the first time in Saturday's Barclays Premier League clash.Warnock left Rovers shortly before the transfer window closed on September 1 and has established himself as Villa's first-choice left-back.But he is unsure what sort of reception he will receive from the Black...Full Story »

Returnees boost Blues ahead of Muamba`s return

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Birmingham will be boosted by the return of four players after injury for the home Barclays Premier League clash with Bolton.Sebastian Larsson, Stephen Carr, Gregory Vignal and Lee Carsley are all available again.In addition, Teemu Tainio returns after being ineligible for the midweek Carling Cup clash with Sunderland.Birmingham boss Alex McLeish has to decide whether to pair Christian Benitez a...Full Story »

Hammers trio back

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

West Ham have Herita Ilunga, Kieron Dyer and Valon Behrami available for the visit of LiverpoolLeft-back Ilunga has recovered from a jaw injury, Dyer is over hamstring trouble and fellow midfielder Behrami returns from long-term knee damage.But Luis Jimenez (muscle) is a doubt, Dean Ashton (ankle) and Luis Boa Morte (knee) are still unavailable and new signing Guillermo Franco is unlikely to pla...Full Story »

Jan set for Tigers start

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Hull could hand a first start to Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink at home to Birmingham.The former Celtic striker featured off the bench in last week's defeat at Sunderland. City could have former England manager Steve McClaren to thank if Vennegoor of Hesselink proves a huge success at the KC Stadium.The Dutchman joined Hull on a free transfer earlier this month after spending the summer training wit...Full Story »

Caldwell out for Clarets

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Burnley manager Owen Coyle will again be without skipper Steven Caldwell against Sunderland.The defender continues to be troubled by a groin injury but fellow centre-back Michael Duff is fit again after an ankle knock.Sunderland midfielder Lee Cattermole (heel) is a major doubt while goalkeeper Marton Fulop is likely to miss out once again with a similar problem.Craig Gordon, who played in the 4...Full Story »

Elmander boost for Bolton

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Johan Elmander should be fit to return to Bolton's starting line-up against Stoke following a calf injury.Sean Davis is a doubt with a sore knee and Andy O'Brien (groin) is a doubt.Ricardo Gardner came through training sessions this week with no ill-effects to his hamstring injury and may be in contention, while Ricardo Vaz Te is also back after playing 45 minutes for the reserves.Long-term abse...Full Story »

Reo-Coker out after bust-up

Posted Friday, September 25, 2009 by PA

Aston Villa midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker will miss the visit of Portsmouth after being sent home from training following a bust-up with manager Martin O'Neill.When Reo-Coker arrived for training on Friday morning he was told to stay away until Monday.O'Neill said: "There was a confrontation between Nigel and myself. It usually happens between players really."There were no fisticuffs. There was no...Full Story »

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