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Wallace Progressing Well Following Injury

Ronnie Moore has said that midfielder James Wallace is progressing well in pre season training after recovering from knee surgery.

The club skipper has been out since December and underwent surgery earlier this year, and speaking to the Official Site Moore said that although it's unlikely he will be back for the start of the season, it won't be long into the season before he does make a full return.

'James has been doing straight line running and he's started doing zigzags. He's been to see the specialist and he's quite happy with the way things are and he's got the go ahead to do twisting and turning.'

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Date:Monday July 15 2013

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