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Rob Hulse Begins His Return

Rob Hulse is back in training for Sheff Utd again after a horrific injury at the end of last season. The Crewe legend broke his leg in March after a clash with Chelsea 'keeper Petr Cech and has been sidelined since, but Hulse is now back on the road to recovery.

The striker has started running this week and will now be hoping to make it back playing not too long after the new season has started.

Hulse told the Sheffield Telegraph: 'I'm actually ahead of my personal target and I'm hoping in a month, or thereabouts, I can play my part in helping the club bounce back to the Premiership.'

Hulse scored 45 goals in 97 starts for the Alex before his 1million move to West Bromwich Albion in 2003.




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