Date: 6th March 2015 at 7:06pm
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Manager Nigel Clough has revealed that Terry Kennedy should only be out for four weeks having picked up a knee injury in the game against Crawley Town.

In the game it looked like he had sustained a very serious knee injury, and at first it looked like the young centre half may have been out for four to six months, but speaking to the Official Site Clough revealed that after scans it was ‘relatively good news’ for the youngster.

‘It is relatively good news for Terry; we are looking around four weeks, after initially fearing it could be 4-6 months. He doesn’t have much cartilage left in his knee but he has a slight nick in the bit that remains and he just needs a couple of weeks rest before starting to build up again after that.’

In other injury news, Clough also revealed that goalkeeper Mark Howard was back in light training but he was still sore so he was still a few weeks away from a full return to training and then first team contention.

He’s hoping it’s going be next week that we get him back out on the training pitch, and from there it should be a period of ten days or so before he can come back into his thoughts.

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