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Posh Suffer Another Loanee Blow


Hot on the heals of Manchester United Loanee Scott Wootton heading to his parent club after sustaining an injury, Posh suffer a second injury to a loanee.

Youngster Alex Pritchard suffered an injury late in the win over promotion chasing Leicester City on Saturday.

He had a scan early this week which has resulted in him being ruled out of action for six weeks with an ankle injury and has returned to White Hart Lane.

As with Wootton, Pritchard could return to London Road when his injury clears up.

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Writer: mwl1967 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 14 2013

Time: 2:55PM

 

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