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Sinclair On Trial

Sinclair, who was released by Bradford, featured for the reserves who beat his former club 2-0 at Valley Parade thanks to goals from Scott Dobie and Robert Hughes.

Meanwhile, midfielders Kris Commons and Ross Gardner are back in training after injury lay-offs.

Neither player has been fit to feature in senior action so far this season after falling victim to respective ankle and thigh problems.

Calderwood said: 'Once we sat back and analysed how long Kris and Ross had been off, we realised they need a minimum of a week's intensive training.

'Towards the end of the week we'll have a look at Kris, but we don't want to jeopardise him by rushing him back into the game at Yeovil at the weekend - it's still in our minds, but he probably won't be involved.'


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Date:Thursday September 7 2006

Time: 3:42PM

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Why you need more forwards? you got plenty aint ya?
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07/09/2006 17:34:00

i didnt realise he was a striker. Its pointless getting another striker.
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