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Duffy Doubtful For Orient Trip

Swansea City striker Darryl Duffy is a doubt for Saturday's trip to Leyton Orient.

He made a surprise return to the starting line-up last night against Swindon but had to be brought off at half time.

He wasn't expected to return from a groin injury until next week and maybe Martinez shouldn't have taken the risk in starting him yesterday.

Warren Feeney came on and scored the winning goal 19 minutes into the second half.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 3 2007

Time: 12:26PM

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Think this shows how much RM values him as he started him when he wasn't fully fit, on the radio it says he looked sharp and lively but the match report gives him only 5/10?
barrydoom
He had a few useful touches but he wasn't a patch on the Duffy that we saw playing here last season. It was a gamble on RM half that didn't work out properly. He should have been on the bench if there was a possiblity of him being fit.
jack hammers
 

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