Wednesday 5 August 2009

Good news on Solly

The E-mail bulletin reports that Charlton defender Chris Solly was fit to train yesterday morning despite leaving Saturday's match at AFC Bournemouth on a stretcher.
The young hopeful, a late replacement for Izale McLeod in the 2-1 friendly win at Dean Court, looked in some discomfort after being caught by a late challenge in the final minute of the game and one London free paper was forecasting he would be out for a while.

He was carried off moments before the final whistle, but was fit and raring to go at Sparrows Lane on Monday morning. Physio Steve Allan explained: 'Chris suffered deep bruising to his right shin but he was fine to train with the squad on Monday. The only injured player we have on the books at the moment is Dean Sinclair.' [Who he? Ed. Are you sure he is a Charlton player? Are you mixing him up with that Danish geezer?]

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