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Striker Crisis For Holland Tour

Roberto Martinez faces a striker crisis on the Holland Tour as he could be without Darryl Duffy (stomach) and Jason Scotland (calf) for all 4 games.

The Swans boss is left with just 2 strikers for the start of the tour, Guillem Bauza Mayol and Chris Jones who was recently recalled from Hamilton.

Swansea face their first of 4 games today as they take on Stormvogels Telstar at 3pm. (Check the site later for updates and a full time score)

Paul Anderson and Andy Robinson have both been used up front in previous friendlies and it looks as if they could feature again in attacking roles over the next 4 days.

Trialists Ibrahima Thiam and Jamie Price have not travelled, but it's likely that Martinez will be looking at a few more trialists during the 4-day tour.








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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 29 2007

Time: 12:14PM

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Injury crisis starting already, same old story
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Monk came off injured during the game and went to hospital
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