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RUFC - Cummins on his injury

RUFC - Cummins on his injury

Rotherham United midfielder, Micky Cummins thinks he will be out for three or four weeks, although the people in the know say it could be up to six, after he picked up a groin injury.

Speaking to MillersWorld, Micky explained, 'I felt it in training before the Bury game but then I felt fine. But, on the following Tuesday I stretched for a ball and it was very sore. I had a scan and they said it was a fifty per cent tear. They've said I'll be out for four to six week, but the way I feel at the moment, I think I could be back in three or four.

'I've been training hard so hopefully, when I get through re-hab, I'll be back in the team again. At the moment I can only really go swimming and do some light weights and then I will build up from there to build my muscles up again.

'I've had a couple of niggly injuries. I did my knee last season and in pre-season I had a couple of reactions off that. Then, I got back in the team and I'm straight back out again.

'I'm disappointed that I'm missing the game at Port Vale because I spent six years there. It was there I got injured last season but I got a good reception when I came off.'

Micky was in the stands at Don Valley on Saturday and gave his verdict on the game. 'I saw the game on Saturday against Aldershot and thought it was a tough game. With me out and Lawsy (Nicky Law) out the team looked a bit lob sided. They packed the midfield out and had a lot of possession in the first half. It was a game of not many chances but with the form we`ve been in at least we didn`t concede.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday November 5 2009
Time: 7:41PM

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