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Baggies captain Jonathan Greening will be out for at least six weeks following his injury against Burnley.

Greening suffered what has turned out to be the first serious injury of his 14 year career when he damaged his medial ligaments in the FA Cup tie at the weekend.

Whilst the captain has not been at his best this season, he provides drive and composure to the side and he may well be missed. On the other hand, as we have a raft of similar players cramming up the centre of our midfield this could be the perfect opportunity for Valero to assert himself and justify the record transfer fee tat we payed for him.

Time will tell.




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Writer: Alex Humpage Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 27 2009

Time: 4:24PM

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