Huddersfield boss Simon Grayson has been forced to dispel fears Norwich City loan striker James Vaughan had suffered a recurrence of the knee problems that have so far blighted his City career,

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Vaughan returned from a two-game absence for the Terriers to play 67 minutes in their Championship win at Birmingham on Saturday before being withdrawn.

“This isn’t any recurrence of a knee injury or anything like that, it’s a groin strain he’s picked up and played through probably for the two previous games,” said Grayson.

“Vaughany has not missed a day’s training while he’s been here. Players pick up niggles regardless of any injury record that they may have, so we want to get him back fit, we want him for the rest of the season because he is an asset to us.”

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5 comments

  • At least Huddersfield tell us something. What`s happened to Butterfield? He wasn`t in the U 21s squad last night.......

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, October 9, 2012

  • Simon, get him fit and let us have him back, please. Pretty Please!

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, October 9, 2012

  • Don't want him back anyhow, I work with an unnamed played at the club and he's told me in his words his attitude stunk and didn't want to train and really didn't want to be here, so hughton didn't really had to get rid!

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    Barclayncfc

    Tuesday, October 9, 2012

  • Haha spell check next time ;)

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    Barclayncfc

    Tuesday, October 9, 2012

  • Vaughan is not as asset of Huddersfield. He is an asset of Norwich City of which Huddersfield not Norwich are getting the benefit. Instead we have an extra goalkeeper fully employed developing callouses on his backside all season. Stupid stupid stupid.

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    waclor

    Tuesday, October 9, 2012

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