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Lee Williamson today told the Official Site that he will not be fit to face Swansea City on Saturday.

He says 'Normally, my injuries heal quickly and I`m surprised that I have been out for so long this time. But it`s still not right. I am going to try and run today on a softer surface.`

He said he has been mainly doing bike work and cross training.

'It`s always tough getting back into a team when you`ve been out injured. I have just got to get fit and fight for my place.`

Lee broke his toe in the FA Cup loss at Peterborough.


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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday December 19 2006
Time: 10:29AM

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Will we/ wont we see Willo again before his impending January move.
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19/12/2006 12:15:00
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Big loss?
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19/12/2006 15:16:00
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