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Lee Williamson - Injury Update

Lee Williamson is hoping to get out of the gym and start to run this week after breaking his toe against Peterborough in the FA Cup game five weeks ago.

Manager, Alan Knill, told The Star, 'He put some pressure on the joint this week but it was felt he wasn`t quite ready to run. We will look at that aspect next week and if he comes through that he can then step up his work.

'We won`t rush Lee but we haven`t ruled him out of any involvement over the Christmas programme.`




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Date:Saturday December 16 2006

Time: 2:41PM

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