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The pain of Dwayne

Mattis will now return to Barnsley for medical attention, which with the best case scenario will see him out for the next six weeks but because of the nature of the injury is more likely to be three months. Mattis picked up the injury through his fully committed efforts he put in for the Saddlers. The Barnsley man has been pivotal in the return to form of the Saddlers, adding much needed energy to a tired midfield. I as do the rest of the VitalWalsall team wish him all the luck getting over this nasty injury and all the best in his future efforts. I myself would be more than happy to welcome him back hopefully at the beginning of the new year, thanks Dwayne.




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Writer: Alsop Richards Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 16 2007

Time: 10:00PM

 

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