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2 April 2014

Club News


2 April 2014

Peter Taylor reveals Danny Kedwell will be out for longer than first thought following his knee injury

Peter Taylor has revealed that striker Danny Kedwell will be out of action for longer than originally expected.

The forward was originally out after undergoing a hernia operation, but then suffered an unfortunate injury to his knee in a development game against Luton.Gills lost to Colchester back in January.The striker has been unavailable since the

as he told the official website. Tranmere game at the earliest,The Manager doesn't expect Kedwell to return until the

He said: “I think we were all hoping it was going to clear up pretty quickly but it hasn’t. I still maintain that Danny now may look as though he may have a chance to be fit for the last couple of weeks of the season.”

“I hope it’s then a case of we have enough points where we are safe and we haven’t got to take any risks.

“We are going to do everything we can to try and get Dan available for the last couple of weeks.”

, Peter believes he has enough options up front with Adam Birchall, Antonio German and particularly Craig Fagan providing support.Joe Pigott recently returned to parent club CharltonDespite the fact Kedwell remains on the treatment table and

He added: “Yes, we have got some options. I think they are all working extremely hard in training to get into the eighteen so that’s good news for us.

bit more up front.”“To be fair that’s his [Craig Fagan’s] main position and that’s where he's been extremely unlucky here that he’s played more as a wide right player than anything else, but with his experience he has done well in both positions, but I agree I wouldn’t mind seeing him a

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