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When looking at the details of last nights game against Chelmsford i noticed that Mr Harrison came off the pitch replaced by Newell right on half time. Does this mean his injured again and may miss the big match on Tuesday? <img src="graemlins/images/icons/rolleyes.gif" border="0" alt="[rolleyes]" />

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If he isnt fit for Saturday , who will be his replacement , Paul Newell or Glen Johnson ?

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Ash is suffering from a bruised heel, something he picked up at Yeovil. I hear that it isn't too serious and it is unlikely to keep him out of any big games. Mind you, with things as they are, all games are big.<p>Merv CIFC

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If he is not fit I would like to see Glen Johnson in Goal as I think he is a lot sharper than Paul Newell. Against Bedford I and a lot of people around me thought that Paul was very slow of his line and was at fault for the last goal.<p>Glen come on agaisnt Purfleet earlier on in the season when Ashley was sent off and looked a very capable keeper.<p>Paul I know was a good keeper but now i think he is better as a coach.<p>A very big dicicion for Jeff & Glen as the pressure game against G&N may be more suited to the more experienced keeper ????

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