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Hursty Op

Hursty Op

Rotherham stalwart Paul Hurst is set to be side-lined for at least a month after being booked in for a knee operation.

He was sent for a scan and was advised that an operation was necessary.

Manager, Alan Knill, told the Rotherham Star 'The knee has been affecting him all season, but typically Hursty battled on. He is that sort of a lad. We don`t know how long he will be out, we hope just a few weeks but we will have to wait and see.`

It is hoped that the operation will just be a 'clean-up` of the knee.

Hurst, who has made the second highest appearances in the clubs history, may now find it difficult to beat Danny Williams`s record of 492 cup and league appearances. At the moment he stands just 17 behind the record.




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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday December 7 2006
Time: 11:00AM

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Hope all goes well for Paul.
rybel_b
07/12/2006 11:08:00
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Good Luck, Paul
herringthorpe
07/12/2006 13:52:00
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good luck but have to say i would not have given him a new contract in the summer
Mexbro miller
07/12/2006 20:12:00
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All the best Paul, just hope Gregor Stays fit.
zipadeedoodah
07/12/2006 22:27:00
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All the best hursty,would love to see him get the record!!!!!!!!!!
eebbee
08/12/2006 00:03:00
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