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LUFC Parker making progress

Ben Parker has taken his first steps on the road to recovering his fitness after undergoing a hip operation earlier in the season.

Parker as been sidelined since the first day of the season when he was replaced inside the first thirty minutes of the game with Exeter suffering from a hamstring injury.

Ben looked to be on his way back from the injury when it was discovered that he needed hip surgery.

Leeds boss Simon Grayson speaking on the official website said "Ben is running, but he`s in the very early stages of recovery".

The left back had cemented himself as the number one choice at left back, under boss Simon Grayson before the injury, he will be hoping to be back to full fitness sometime during January.


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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday December 3 2009

Time: 2:56PM

Your Comments

I think Capaldi wants to stay past his loan so might have to go out on loan to gain some match fitness. Definitely first choice though out of him, Sheehan, White and Hughes.
King Billy
Be good to have him back even if Capaldi stays, sooner have them two to pick from than Hughes.
dazza71
My Grandad would be better than Hughes and he's dead, Good news on Parker though
Tiny T
yea i agree hughes is a donkey, and parker is a class act the goal in the play offs was stunning on his part, cant wait to have him back
unitedleeds1919
 

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