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Barry Corr Injured Again

Barry Corr Injured Again

Swindon Town will be without striker Barry Corr for about a month after injuring his shoulder in Swindon's 1-1 draw with Northampton Town on Saturday.

Corr left the game on 14 minutes after landing awkwardly on his shoulder.

It is thought Corr's shoulder popped out of place and back in however this has not been confirmed.

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday February 2 2008
Time: 8:31PM

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So are we back to the striking force of pre Christmas (actually pre December)?? Coxy and Paynter??? Seems good starting point for me, perhaps young Moses sitting behind..
Nelly180
03/02/2008 16:54:00
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Must agree there - Bas is unfortunately a bit prone to injury.
APG_STFC
03/02/2008 17:59:00
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4 weeks for Barry... That will be 6 weeks minimum. I had the same injury 2 years ago and after 7 weeks out with acupunture etc finally played again. Good luck Baz and do not rush it cause it takes longer that what is thought.
Nelly180
04/02/2008 18:47:00
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I just hope that Paynter can find his goalscoring touch. I'd imagine Paynter will play alongside Cox in the reserves match against City tomorrow?
STFC_Gazza
04/02/2008 21:04:00
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Big ole Baz is a lucky man. Shouldn't rush it though, wait until the Forest game to be sure. We are lucky and perhaps his injury woes/jinx is starting to leave him.
Nelly180
05/02/2008 22:00:00
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Hope the lads up and running again soon...Preferably just after you play us...look forward to seeing you all at the galpherm...
80s terrier
08/02/2008 18:24:00
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doh ..thats galpharm...lol..lol..LOL..LOL..
80s terrier
08/02/2008 18:26:00
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