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Leadbitter Out

The Blues will have to try and stop a sixth straight loss with skipper Grant Leadbitter at Turf Moor.

Contract rebel Leadbitter picked up a groin injury in the latter stages of Town's 3-2 home loss to reading and was replaced by on-loan Manchester City striker Reece Wabara.

Reading scored twice when Leadbitter went off to come back and win the game.

The former Sunderland midfielder will be assessed on Monday but Jewell is already planning to be without him at Burnley.




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Writer: Dan The Town Man Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 26 2011

Time: 11:34PM

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Fortunate man, Burnley did to Hull what Reading to us....Not looking forward to this game....
quietman
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26/11/2011 23:54:00

No, not SIX defeats in a row
shotkid
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27/11/2011 21:32:00

 

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