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I was just wondering when Lee might be fit to play again after his injury v Kingstonian in the FA Trophy.

Anybody have any idea or news on how long his return from injury might be?

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The last news was....

The 27-year-old has since undergone hospital tests and been told that he will be sidelined until February.

http://news.bbc.co.u...and/4567284.stm

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Why does it have to happen to Lee? He's one of our best players, if not the best, yet he gets injured twice a season! It's not fair.

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Even though Lee's injury was terrible and I wished it never happened, on the positive side it has given Jason the chance to show exactly what he's made of.

At the start of the season I believe we started with 1 top non league striker (Lee), 2 good support strikers (Kezie & Allan), 1 Reliable Bench Warmer (Neil) and 1 Work In Progress (Jason).

At the end of the season I think that both Jason and Kezie can make the jump to being regular goalscorers in this league along with Lee, and given the chance Allan has showed what he can do (just ask Crawley fans).

Let's hope that out of Lee's unfortunate injury the club will be in a better position upon his arrival.

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Absolutely. I think we've got a lot to be proud of with our front-line.

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Do we reckon that Lee could play alongside Jason up front? Might work, or maybe they are too similar

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Isn't it the same story with Kezie?

Not that I think it matters. As long as they scores goals, it's fairly irrelevant that they have the same style.

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I never thought I would say this but the role Clarke played up front suites Lee, Jason & Kezi. all of them love a little flick on, in his prime Greggors was good at this. I think we miss it when it is not there.

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i think clark should sit just behind Lee and Jason, the trouble is who do you sacrifice. i dont think i would drop Minton and definatly wouldnt drop Sedge (my player of the season so far)

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How much is it to get in tonight??

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Reading today's Echo on their website and Glenn reckons Lee will be out longer than anticipated as he's still suffering from dizzy spells and needs to see a Neurologist. It states that he's "nowhere near a comeback".

Hopefully he won't be going down the current Paul Scholes route.

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That is not good news.

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sorry to hear that.Lee has been very unlucky with injuries,really hope that he makes a full recovery soon.

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I think that jason is better than Lee boylan even though he hasnt scored as many he never gives up and challenges for everything. But knowing Lees luck he will come back against Stevenage and get a broken ankle probably.

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can't see how you can say Jason is better than lee. Lee Boylan has been a proven goalscorer ever since he first played for Canvey. Hopefully Jason Hallett will become as good as Boylan but thats a longway off yet.

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Paddy.c said:
I think that jason is better than Lee boylan even though he hasnt scored as many he never gives up and challenges for everything. But knowing Lees luck he will come back against Stevenage and get a broken ankle probably.


Jason Hallett is 19 years old and this is the first season he has started to become a first team regular. He has made 8 starts and scored 4 goals in the Conference and although far from the finished article, is a most promising youngster who has a great future in front of him, whether that be at Canvey Island or elsewhere.

That said, how you can make the statement "He is better than Lee" is a source of amazement to me? Lee Boylan is one of the greatest players in the history of this club, with a goalscoring record second to none who should have played at a much higher level of football than the Conference. If Jason achieves even half what Lee has in his career, then he will have done well and to say that he is a better player than Lee is a statement that can have no credible back up whatsoever, sorry... <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />

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gotta agree with you Loon. Paddy, since when did Lee not challenge for everything, i know he's not played for a few weeks but you gotta sort your memory out.
losing his memory at such a young age bless him <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/crazy.gif" alt="" />

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Absolutely. Celebrate our fantastic young players, but don't forget Boylan has been one of our best for a good few years now. He should never of played in the Ryman league with us, but he did and proved he shouldn't have been there with a sensational scoring record. He'll be back and better than ever before we know it. Let's just hope he can get through next season without encuring another major injury!




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