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Smith Questionable For Saturday

Smith Questionable For Saturday

Swindon Town midfielder Paul Smith is questionable for Saturday's match with relegation rivals Rotherham United after picking up an injury against Gillingham.

Speaking to the Swindon Advertiser, Physio Dick Mackay had this so say. “He took a kick on the front of the ankle and was still quite sore yesterday morning.'

“It is difficult to tell but we should perhaps know more later today.”

Smith was starting just his third match for Swindon since joining in January after Gillingham failed to give him a new contract.

Smith was injured in the 38th Minute against his former team mates on Tuesday night in the teams 1-0 win.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Thursday February 16 2006
Time: 5:19PM

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