Alex Hartridge

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Very bad news if he misses the rest of this season. Diabate is good, but he's not a left sided player and Jack Sparkes' effectiveness is massively helped by having Hartridge just behind him.

I suppose Jonathan Grounds is out of the question?
 

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Very bad news if he misses the rest of this season. Diabate is good, but he's not a left sided player and Jack Sparkes' effectiveness is massively helped by having Hartridge just behind him.

I suppose Jonathan Grounds is out of the question?
The way he went down I would suspect it's his hamstring which almost certainly rule him out for the rest of the season......... the only blot on what has been a very, very good day for City.
 

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that's what MT said..out for the season. MT said Cheickh or Groundsy would have to step up.
Both more than capable of doing so. It would have been good to have kept Alex fit for the rest of the season but I have no concerns with either, or both as the games that come dictates (and may be how KMT will play it), coming in and doing a solid job.
 

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Grounds must be fit then.We will need a couple of experienced heads before this is finished.
Nah, we have Stubbs and Sweeney, Cheick can fit in beautifully, Grounds should be a replacement if the other 2 get injured, nice to have a bit of Yoof back there.
 

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Nah, we have Stubbs and Sweeney, Cheick can fit in beautifully, Grounds should be a replacement if the other 2 get injured, nice to have a bit of Yoof back there.
He can fit in functionally but not beautifully imho
 
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