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Bell Upturn Eases Troubles

Lee Bell made a surprising return to training yesterday, despite the club yesterday announcing that he would miss the Blackpool game through injury. The 23-year old returned to training last week following, only to suffer an ankle injury. However, that injury has healed remarkably quickly and Bell will feature in a behind-closed-doors friendly against Walsall this afternoon.

That now leaves Dario with David Vaughan, Ben Rix, Chris Flynn and Lee Bell as his midfield options for Saturday's game, though a loan move is still on the cards.




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Date:Wednesday October 18 2006

Time: 10:11AM

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Good to see his injury healing so quickly. Should be in the squad quicker than you thought then.
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