Date: 24th February 2014 at 4:45pm
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Physio Bobby Bacic has confirmed that goalkeeper David Forde did dislocate his finger in the game against Barnsley.

He took the knock late on in the one nil defeat last weekend, but the finger was returned to its normal position on the pitch and he was able to obviously continue in the game.

Speaking to the official site Bacic explained.

‘David dislocated his little finger performing a save during the second half. Luckily he managed to remain very calm and allow the finger to be relocated on the pitch, which is a very painful procedure.’

Bacic goes on to say it was a case of insult to injury as relocating a finger is just as painful as the initial dislocation but he was a brave boy and there shouldn’t be any further issues for him ahead of next match from it.

In other injury news Nicky Bailey is also off to see a surgeon this week over his ongoing back problem.

As talked about earlier the only kind of training Bailey can really engage in at the moment is swimming in a pool to try and keep his fitness up whilst he recovers from the back problem, and his injections have helped ease things and reduce the pain, and the meeting is purely a follow up to assess how things are going.

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