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Bellamy Ready To Run Black Cats Ragged

Bellamy Ready To Run Black Cats Ragged


Craig Bellamy has returned to training following on from injury and is expected to start against Sunderland on Sunday.

The Welshman was expected to be out for six weeks after he limped off at West Ham earlier this month with a knee problem, but the City striker has recovered well ahead of schedule.

Mark Hughes told the press...

'The worst-case scenario was six weeks, but we've got him back in under three. And that's great.'

'We've missed him because he has had a big impact here since he came in January. He is a big presence on and off the pitch."'




Writer:Tudor
Date:Friday March 20 2009
Time: 6:28PM

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We need this fella for the run in. I can see him and The Boj working well together.
Johnny Baguette
20/03/2009 18:44:00
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We need this fella for the run in. I can see him and The Boj working well together.
Johnny Baguette
20/03/2009 18:44:00
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so if boj and bellers play who you dropping JB mate?
bluemooner_mcfc
20/03/2009 19:44:00
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so if boj and bellers play who you dropping JB mate?
bluemooner_mcfc
20/03/2009 19:44:00
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Good to see him back we need his work rate and enthusiasm ...
Doody
20/03/2009 19:52:00
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Good to see him back we need his work rate and enthusiasm ...
Doody
20/03/2009 19:52:00
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Come on folks, hold your hands up. Three months ago, how many of you would have been willing, Yes actually DESPARATE for Craig Bellamy to come back into the squad?
fifthcolumnblue
20/03/2009 20:53:00
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Come on folks, hold your hands up. Three months ago, how many of you would have been willing, Yes actually DESPARATE for Craig Bellamy to come back into the squad?
fifthcolumnblue
20/03/2009 20:53:00
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Think he will be on the bench - would love to see the Boj get a start.
Thaibluefan
20/03/2009 23:28:00
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Think he will be on the bench - would love to see the Boj get a start.
Thaibluefan
20/03/2009 23:28:00
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