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Good And Bad News!
By: Bill Osborne
PAUL Groves has been informed that no new funds will be allocated to him except those from any new share purchases. But the good news is that Iain Anderson could be back in action within a month after exploratory surgery revealed he has not torn his knee cartilage.
"There could be some positive news on Ando," Paul Groves told the Grimsby Telegraph. "He didn't need an operation. They did an arthroscopy and it appears that it's not the cartilage that's torn, it's the fibres around it.
"They've injected him instead and he can't do anything until after the weekend. Hopefully it will cure the problem, but there is a risk that it won't. If that works it will be a case of easing him in very gradually, but we'll have him back quicker than we anticipated.
"But there are no guarantees that it will work. We have to wait."
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