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Four Injured For Tomorrow

Four Injured For Tomorrow

Tomorrow sees Barnsley take on QPR in their final home match of the season, but Mark Robins is likely to be without four faces for the clash that could potentially see the Reds climb to 13th place.

Anderson Da Silva remains sidelined with injury while top scorer Daniel Bogdanovic is doubtful also.

Rob Kozluk is still 'injured' as he has been for the last God knows how long. It makes you wonder really, with him one of the strongest candidates to be leaving the club whether or not he has simply been frozen out by Robins for whatever reason. Regardless, Luke Potter is doing a decent job in his place.

Felipe Teixeira could also miss the game tomorrow, leaving the door open for Martin Devaney to make an impression once again. Disco is the club's second longest servant but still has another year left on his contract. He will want to make his claim for a place on either wing next season strong amid rumours that Robins is looking at a huge list of players to bring in this summer, potentially filling every single position again.

There was hopeful news however, that Carl Dickinson might be in contention to return to action for the Reds tomorrow after returning to training from his long lay off with a knee injury.

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Writer:gooderzone
Date:Friday April 23 2010
Time: 6:47PM

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