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Little Hoping For Weekend Return

Andy Little has said he is hoping to return to first team action this weekend after seeing an improvement in his knee injury.

The 23 year old striker has been struggling with the issue for the past few weeks and has missed our last four games, he is finally progressing now though and he's hopeful he may be able to play a role in the Peterhead match.

Speaking to the Official Site our joint top scorer said.

'My knee is much better now, to be honest I don't think we really realised how serious it was. But I'm starting to look forward now to finishing the season as well as I can. Hopefully I've a chance of playing against Peterhead, but I don't want to curse myself.'

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Date:Tuesday April 16 2013

Time: 10:44PM

 

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