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Barry Corr Returns Tomorrow

Swindon Town striker Barry Corr is back in contention after suffering a shoulder injury against Northampton Town.

Corr went off just 14 minutes into the game with a suspected dislocated shoulder however Corr, who has a history of injury concerns, is back in contention for Swindon's local derby against Cheltenham Town at the County Ground tomorrow evening.




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 11 2008

Time: 9:07PM

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Wonder what his next injury will be? When he is fit he is better than League One.
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