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Changes For Brighton?

Following the 1-0 midweek defeat away at Walsall, CC has said that changes may be made for the game at the Withdean Stadium against Brighton.

The game with the Seagulls comes only three days after the visit to Walsall and December will be a busy month for the side. The Reds are resigned to being without Julian Bennett for at least a month, but otherwise have a fully fit squad to pick from.

Calderwood told the official site. 'With the Brighton game coming so quickly after Walsall, we've got to make sure that the energy levels are good from everyone. If that means introducing one or two new players, that is something we will do. It's certainly something that will happen through December.'

Once again it will be a tough call for CC in terms of selection, but apart from Bennett we have a full squad to choose from. Lockwood should fill the boots of Jules very well. The big question comes in who he picks up front. Does Holt deserve his place back? Or should Tyson and Agogo get the nod? With Arron Davies and Commons to pick from as well and Lennon wanting his place back in midfield, it all makes for a difficult time for the boss.

Writer:guinless
Date:Friday December 7 2007
Time: 2:54PM

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