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|Jarman: Broken Toe|
Jarmo out for Six Weeks
By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 03/08/2009 (Last updated: 04/08/2009)
NATHAN Jarman will be out for six weeks after breaking an infamous metatarsal bone in his foot against Winterton. The right-sided midfielder will consequently miss the busy first few games on the season, the first big test for Mike Newell's new look squad before a ball is even kicked in anger.
Jarman went down unchallenged and off the ball just before half time and subsequent X-rays have confirmed that the Scunthorpe-born midfielder had broken his toe.
The 22-year-old told the Grimsby Telegraph: "I don't know what happened but I just went down without being challenged and I think I had put all of my weight on my foot, which was planted in the ground.
"It is really painful to walk on and I can't really move it. It's a blow (if I miss the start of the season) but we will just have to see what happens and just work hard to get through it."
Newell has a number of forward players he could call on to play in the right midfield position including Clarke, Bore, Proudlock and Forbes.
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