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Good news and bads news for Walsh

Adam Bell  Friday, May 18, 2001  09:26 GMT


Gary Walsh will miss City's clash with Coventry but has insisted his knee problem is not connected with the injury that kept him out for a year.
The Bantams keeper, who was forced to pull out of the derby clash with Leeds last weekend after tweaking his knee in the warm-up, will now not be fit to face The Sky Blues at Highfield Road on Saturday.
But Walsh says his latest injury scare is, fortunately, not connected to the one that forced him to have two operations and sidelined him for 12 months.
He said: "I've had this since the Everton game when I collided with a post as I made a save. I'm seeing the doctor to have it flushed out. Hopefully it's nothing to worry about.
"It's disappointing that I'm now going to miss the Coventry game, but at least it will be nothing more than that."
Aidan Davison stands by to make his second Premiership appearance of the season, despite conceding six at Elland Road last week.
Robert Molenaar still remains doubtful with a groin injury, while Gary Locke could start after impressing as a second-half replacement for out-of-sorts Ian Nolan.
Robbie Blake may be recalled to the starting line-up after being left out against Leeds last Sunday as Jim Jefferies brought in Gareth Whalley to strengthen the midfield in a 4-4-2 formation.

Picture: Gary Walsh has had his season ended early by injury
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