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Wolves Struggling With Injuries For Weekend Game

Wolves Struggling With Injuries For Weekend Game

Swansea City fans will be glad to hear that table-toppers Wolves are currently strugging with a few injury problems for Saturday's match at the Liberty Stadium.

Dangerman, Chris Iwelumo serves the final match of a 3-match ban. The striker is the club's top scorer with 8 goals ready this season.

The Swans will also be without their top scorer as Ferrie Bodde serves a 1-match ban after picking his 5th booking.

Having said that, Ebanks-Blake and Welsh international Sam Vokes could cause our defence some problems on Saturday.

Also sidelined are Michael Kightly and Matt Jarvis who are both nursing hamstring problems.

Andy Keogh (back) and Stephen Ward (ribs) could possibly return but Jody Craddock, Matt Hill and George Elokobi will definitely be missing.

After the Swans got beaten 4-0 last week, Wolves also received a beating off Reading as they were defeated 3-0 at home against the Royals.





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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Thursday October 2 2008
Time: 6:42PM

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they still have some dangerous players though, cant see it making a huge difference, a very hard game for us.
GThomas
02/10/2008 18:59:00
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i agree, but im glad kightly and iwelumo are out, they are in fine form. without them we stand a slightly better chance of getting a positive result. i just hope they come and play football, not stick 10 men behind the ball like most teams do at the liberty.
tubejack
04/10/2008
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