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Lowe Given The 'All-Clear'

Keith Lowe suffered a nasty neck injury during tonight's LDV Vans Tropphy win at Layer Road which delayed play for 9 minutes.

It took the gloss of an excellent 2-1 which takes us through to the final to be played at the Millenium Stadium on April 2nd.

Lowe's presence tonight enabled Jackett to name a more balanced side that included 11 players all playing in their natural and preferred position. (Although Jackett did have the option to do that in Sunday's match against Walsall!)

He was given the all clear to return to Swansea and he has a chance of making it for Friday's home game against Brentford.

Physio Richard Evans said: ''Keith was in a lot of pain after the clash and felt pins and needles in his hands.

We took him to hospital for precautionary reasons, but he was given the all-clear.''

He's still a bit stiff and we'll have to assess the injury later today. Thankfully it doesn't seem as serious as first thought.''




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 15 2006

Time: 12:20AM

Your Comments

Glad to see the lad is ok. GREAT WIN BY THE WAY!!!!
truejack
thank godd.......we didn't want another injury on our list
mattyjones
I'm glad is ok as it really did sound bad last night when i was listening to the game .
JACK_THE_LAD
Good news its not a serious injury. Hopefully he'll be ok to play friday.
Jack69
Does this mean he is injured for the short term..? Sounded like a bad 1 on the radio took minutes to get him off didnt it. Great win, anybody go up?
jonesey0910
keep it up u had a googd game
samlucas1
glad your not injerd we need you now realy more than ever before he came we had to play midfielders in defence like forbes
samlucas1
thank god!!hey know he can go back2 wolves with a medal thats if he goes back!!
troika dog
 

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