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ECFC: Taylor Suffers Metatarsal Injury

ECFC: Taylor Suffers Metatarsal Injury

Exeter City's promotion chances received a damaging blow today with the news that Matt Taylor will be missing for 4 to 8 weeks.

The centre-back has been in superb form in recent months and is currently winning the vitalfootball vote for City player of the season.

Taylor needed painkilling injections to get through Saturday's 1-0 win over Bradford and will now see a specialist on Wednesday.

Taylor's return to the side 10 games ago, a run which has seen just one defeat.

Tisdale told the Express & Echo: 'Whichever way you look at it, losing Matt is a blow because of the sort of player he is.

'He will see a specialist on Wednesday so we don't know the full extent of it yet. But the signs aren't great.'



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Writer:Royal D
Date:Tuesday March 17 2009
Time: 11:12AM

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its a big blow for the lad when the season is so near to the end when all the accolades are going.
bluemooner_mcfc
28/04/2009 22:54:00
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its a big blow for the lad when the season is so near to the end when all the accolades are going.
bluemooner_mcfc
28/04/2009 22:54:00
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