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LUFC - News from the treatment table

Enoch Shomunmi is struggling to be fit for Saturday`s game against Crewe at Elland Road.

The striker, a summer signing from Bristol City took a bad blow to the hip during Tuesday`s win against Bradford City and was replaced after only 30 minutes.
Boss Gary McAllister said on the official website "it caught him right on the bone so its touch and go whether he will be fit or not"

Enoch who has only made two starts and another four appearances as a substitute has so far scored two goals this season.

Better news from the treatment table is that Alan Sheehan completed 90 minutes of a behind closed doors friendly against Doncaster Rovers on Wednesday and should be fit for Saturday.

Also fit for Saturday is Paul Huntington, the central defender took a knock in the Bradford game but has managed to shrug it off.
Fellow defender Paul Telfer who as missed the last two matches is also back in contention after recovering from his injury.

With Gary McAllister making quite a few changes in the last three games all the players will want to impress during training to ensure their place in the side for Saturday.





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Date:Thursday September 4 2008

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