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Concerns Over Tiote Hamstring Injury

By Tyne-Talk
April 6 2012

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has been forced into a half time change at the Liberty Stadium, with Ryan Taylor coming on for Cheik Tiote who has "tweaked" his hamstring.  Worryingly the game against Swansea is only his second game back from a Hamstring injury which forced him to miss games against Norwich City and West Bromwich Albion back in March.

Hopefully the substitution is just a precautionary measure and we will see him back on Monday against Bolton Wanderers.



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6 Apr, 2012 17:42 Report
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6 Apr, 2012 19:06 Report
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Re: Concerns Over Tiote Hamstring Injury
AP said after the game it is just a strain and Cabeye suffered a similar injury, and he hopes both will be fine to play against Bolton on Monday.
He wouldn't have said that if it was serious.

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Yup lets hope so smiling smiley

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Re: Concerns Over Tiote Hamstring Injury
he'll of gone off with Monday's match in mind!

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