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Allen Expected To Return On Saturday

Allen Expected To Return On Saturday
Joe Allen is expected to make a return next Saturday after missing the game at Barnsley last weekend.

The young Welsh midfielder picked up a hamstring injury during the opening game of the season at Leicester and made a return last Tuesday when we drew 0-0 at Bristol City.

He didn't travel to Oakwell on the weekend though as he was sore after his performance last week, and he stayed at home as a precaution.

A club spokesman said:

'The Bristol City game took a lot out of Joe and he was a little bit sore,'

'As a precaution it was felt that rather than travelling all the way to Barnsley, Joe would be better off staying behind to rest and to undergo some more treatment.'

Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Monday September 21 2009
Time: 11:53AM

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we'll need him for what's going to be a very tough game on Saturday vs the blades
GThomas
21/09/2009 12:50:00
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ye our toughest game personally. We should play 4-4-2 as we are at home and need the win!
trueswan16
21/09/2009 13:41:00
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Agree, need to change from this 4-5-1 system that every team has worked out, we need to be playing 2 up top
cyjax
21/09/2009 15:14:00
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Will be good to see him back, 442 for me, but hey so long as we get some goals happening I'd be happier.
OriginalXOR
22/09/2009 19:11:00
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