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Foster sees German specialist to combat groin injury


By Jemma Tappenden
November 8 2012

West Bromwich Albion keeper Ben Foster was today in Germany visiting a specialist in order to try and combat his recurring groin injury.  Foster has been carrying the injury since last season, and even missed part of pre-season after failing to shake off the problem.

West Brom's first choice keeper has continued to be plagued by injury, and after struggling during Monday nights game against Southampton he today flew out to Germany to get to the bottom of his injury once and for all.

The Baggies hope to determine the extend of Foster's injury, and remain hopeful that he will be fit to start against Wigan Athletic on Saturday.

Albion gaffer Steve Clarke today insisted that he had complete faith in reserve keeper Boaz Myhill should Foster not be fit enough to start.  It would be Myhill's first appearance for West Brom in 21 months.

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