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Moore the Answer?

After an impressive 2nd half cameo role from the bench in the defeat at Doncaster, youngster Byron Moore may have played his way in to the starting line up for Saturday's game against Millwall.

He started the season in fine fettle but picked up an injury in the league cup defeat to Hull City and has since missed a month of action with a knee injury.

Moore, a product of the famous youth academy replaced Eugen Bopp for the 2nd half at Doncaster and performed well. With the management team hinting at changes he could be in line for a recall.

In the whole of the squad he is the only one who has genuine pace to unsettle the any defence and his pace maybe seen as better option than playing Eugen Bopp out of position on the left.

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Writer: Matt Owen Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 19 2007

Time: 9:41AM

 

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