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Tudur-Jones & Way Set To Return

Swansea City midfield duo Owain Tudur-Jones and Darren Way are set to make their returns this week as the Reserves side face Bournemouth on Wednesday.

Both players have struggled for more than a year with on-going injury problems but hopefully they can put that behind them very soon.

by sbrjack
"Martinez will have to be very careful over how he introduces them back into the squad."
Tudur-Jones featured for the Reserves in October and although his knee was fine after flying to America for an operation, he suffered an ankle injury which has sidelined him ever since.

Darren Way is also expected to play after recovering from a hamstring injury. He returned late last year and joined his former club Yeovil on loan, but he picked up another injury.

Check Vital Swansea on Thursday for details on the Reserves match. It kicks off at 3pm on Wednesday and will be played at Port Talbot's Remax Stadium.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 4 2008

Time: 3:11PM

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Will be nice to see them back, the more fit players the better.
barrydoom
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04/02/2008 20:18:00

Really looking forward to seeing Way pull on a Swans shirt again! So much potential just needs to remain fit! More competition can only be a good thing!
jack hammers
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04/02/2008 22:05:00

Just hope he can stay fit
cyjax
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05/02/2008

not so enthusiastic about OTJ but i'm excited about the prospect of way available the game and able to come on off the bench for games.
GThomas
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05/02/2008 23:18:00

Hope they both get through this game without any injuries. This is as far as they have got this season to being fit to get into our first team.
willow
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06/02/2008 13:59:00

 

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