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No International Hangover

No International Hangover

Nigel Pearson has welcomed everybody back from international duty with Wes Morgan returning today, and hopefully it looks like nobody has picked up injuries whilst away from the club.

Chris Wood, Andy King and Kasper Schmeichel all returned to training today, and Wes Morgan was expected to return to the club this evening, with a view to training tomorrow.

Speaking to lcfc.com the gaffer explained.

'Wes' been a very important player for the club and his level of performance has been excellent so it's no surprise to me that he's been called up. But with every international break that we have the most important thing is getting our players back fit. It does interfere slightly, but it's the same for everybody.'

Pearson says our only injury doubt remains Sean St.Ledger who is likely to be out for another fortnight, but all thoughts are on the task ahead with is Wigan this weekend and the manager knows that they will be a tough challenge.

'It's never easy with the expectation levels on them as a club because of the strength that they've got. I think they will be pretty much there at the end of the season. The players have been excellent and are in a good place themselves, they don't like losing games, and this will be another tough match, so we know we've got to be at our best.'

There players have had long enough now to stew and be determined to put things right after the loss to Charlton, so hopefully we'll see a return to winning ways and continue what has been a good start to the season so far.

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Writer:SvensAmbition
Date:Thursday September 12 2013
Time: 5:09PM

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