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Smith and Comyn-Platt To Return?

Smith and Comyn-Platt To Return?

Charlie Comyn-Platt has revealed he hopes to be able to return from a foot injury this saturday as Swindon Town take on Tranmere Rovers at the County Ground. Comyn-Platt has not played since the 2-1 win against Doncaster Rovers earlier in the month. Comyn-Platt is ready to go. “This is the first time I have had my boots on since the injury and it is a great feeling to just get muddy again.'

“The ankle is feeling better all the time and I am really hoping I will be fit for Saturday. It is our biggest game of the season so far as if we win we will go up a few places but if we lose it does not bear thinking about.
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Swindon desperatly need Comyn-Platt back after the club have dropped 2 consecutive game's and have lost defender Jerel Ifil for 3 games thanks to a suspension. “The last few weeks have been so frustrating, none more so than at Forest. It was very disappointing and hard to watch because I know we are far better than that.” Comyn-Platt Said.

Paul Smith also hopes to be fit for action after being out since injuring himself during the match against Gillingham on Valentine's Day.




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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Tuesday February 28 2006
Time: 6:35PM

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