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Plymouth Argyle vs Cardiff City (Team News)

Plymouth Argyle vs Cardiff City (Team News)

Cardiff City will be forced into a midfield re-shuffle after injuries to Joe Ledley and Peter Whittingham. Parry will move to the left while there is likely to be a debut for Wayne Routledge on the right.


McCormack and Bothroyd are both still out, but nearing returns while Riccy Scimeca makes a welcome return to the squad. Teenage midfielder Aaron Wildig will travel but Tony Capaldi remains out with a knee injury.



For Plymouth Argyle, there will be a tough decision for Paul Sturrock in attack with Paul Gallagher returning after a ban - Mpenza, Mackie and MacLean are all hoping for a start.


Full-baack David McNamee has returned to training following a thigh injury but is not expected to feature while Krisztian Timar could return to the Pilgrims bench. Former Bluebird Simon Walton could also return after missing the previous game to be at the birth of his first child - although the midfielder is out of favour at Home Park.





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Writer:Bluebirdshroom
Date:Friday November 21 2008
Time: 3:36PM

Comments

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Really Riccy and Aaron Wildig in the squad????
bluebirdlewis
21/11/2008 16:39:00
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u sure riccy is back ive heard another 6 weeks from my source!
smakerzthebluebird
21/11/2008 20:49:00
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Riccy is back - wont play but back in full training and will travel
bluebirdshroom
21/11/2008 21:06:00
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Shocking performance
bluebirdlewis
22/11/2008 19:00:00
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not a very good result....was it ???
lincolnblue
23/11/2008 10:12:00
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na poor performance routledge tried hard fair play to him could prove a worthwhile signin as he actually has a right foot something which we have been seriously lacking
smakerzthebluebird
23/11/2008 17:33:00
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