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Civelli in Line for First Game

Civelli in Line for First Game
Also included in the reserves squad are Moritz Volz, who is closing-in on full fitness following a groin injury, Danny Haynes and Moritz Volz.

Youth coach and former player Gerard Nash is also included in the squad, who have been stretched to the limit after some players played in last night's FA Youth Cup fifth round tie against Watford.

Kick-off at Playford Road is at 2pm.

Writer:Blueblood
Date:Tuesday February 10 2009
Time: 2:56PM

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9-2 and Bowditch got four. Luciano lasted 61 mins. Wasn't great by all accounts.
alexinnorfolk
10/02/2009 17:27:00
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He looks overweight to me...... are we sure Town paid 1m for this guy or is this just a rumour or a tax dodge?
Charnwood Blue
11/02/2009 10:05:00
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Banfield look a bit average as a team so dont expect anything to special. Got to give a chance though Jim seems to have written him off already.
alexinnorfolk
11/02/2009 10:25:00
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Banfield had not given him a game for two months . He is bound to be out of shape. 3 weeks hard training should sort his fitness out. 3yrs in a gulag should sort our moaning fans out.....lol..
quietman
11/02/2009 16:12:00
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do not worry about civelli i bet bowditch will not get a chance although scored 4 or haynes who scored 2 or even recalling rhodes who is scoring for fun maybe that is because we have so many natural goalscorers NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!
young7
11/02/2009 19:52:00
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