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Cunningham Out For Up To Two Months

Cunningham Out For Up To Two Months

It's looking like Bristol City will be without the services of left-back Greg Cunningham for up to two months.

The Republic of Ireland international was taken off on a stretcher during the game with Peterborough United last week, at first it was feared that the player had suffered a fracture but after tests it was revealed he had damaged ankle ligaments.

On the brighter side Cole Skuse who was injured in the same game could be back in action as early as October 6th when the Robins take on Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.



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Writer:Andy999
Date:Monday September 24 2012
Time: 6:52AM

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Not the sort of blow we need at the moment, its not as if we are swelled with numbers
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27/09/2012 06:07:00
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