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Robins Doesn't Expect Long Fenton Lay-off

Robins Doesn't Expect Long Fenton Lay-off

Nick Fenton was forced to come off with an injury at the weekend but Rotherham manager Mark Robins isn't expecting him to be out for long.

After suffering with bad cramp, and not for the first time this season, the defender was forced off against Bournemouth but Robins isn't overly concerned: 'Nick picked up an injury similar to the one he got in the game against Chesterfield,' Robins told BBC Sport. 'He will need to rest and luckily there are no games in the week, so he will have time to do that.'

Fenton, a former Man City youngster, was signed in the summer when Graham Coughlan left to join League Two rivals Shrewsbury.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Wednesday October 15 2008
Time: 7:44AM

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