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City's Wesolowski out for 6 weeks.

City's Wesolowski out for 6 weeks.

Leicester's Australian midfielder James Wesolowski has been ruled out of action for 6 weeks following his injury during the match with Forest.

Wesolowski lasted just 19 minutes of the Carling Cup clash before being substituted by James Chambers.

The news will come as a blow to new manager Gary Megson with Wesolowski being ever present this season starting 7 games.

The young midfielder has suffered a number of injuries through his career including breaking his leg twice.

Gary Megson told the BBC 'He has had a scan and it is a bad pull. It could be four to six weeks.

'It's bad news for us and him. His career has been blighted by injuries but he's a tough lad and will be back.'



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Date:Thursday September 20 2007
Time: 6:15PM

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What do you think about this move? Will this force Megson into the transfer market for a replacement on loan or do we have enough depth in the squad currently? How much will Wesolowski be missed?
Geheee
20/09/2007 19:12:00
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ouch how do you replace a star player like this i hope it is not too bad
ozanne park rangers
25/01/2008 06:59:00
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might need to sign a loanee
ozanne park rangers
25/01/2008 07:00:00
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