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Rosa Injury Not Serious

Glenn Hoddle has confirmed that Denes Rosa's groin strain picked up against Cardiff is not a serious concern.

It will however, most likely see him miss Saturdays crinch game with Reading.

'It's touch and go whether Denes will be fit for the weekend,' Hoddle said. 'But thankfully it doesn't look serious so if he does miss the Reading match he will hopefully be okay in another week or so.

'He's done very well recently and the goal against Cardiff will mean his confidence is high.'






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Date:Wednesday March 15 2006

Time: 8:34PM

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Denes has been quite inspired over the last two or three matches linking with Kenny Miller very well. Shame the lad has this mini set back. Whoever slots in Reading is a must not loose match. Preston and Palace appear to have easier fixtures this weekend (18 March)forget Leeds & Watford they're long gone - Got a feeling Sheff U may just fail at the final hurdle again.
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