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Discussion in 'Loanwatch' started by Spursidol, Jul 2, 2013.
Is Mason not even making the bench or is he injured ?
Reports from fans on their last game said he was their best player.
And someone earlier in this thread said they (Mason & Pritchard) were injury doubts.
I did read that Ryan was substututed at half-time in the cup match against Torquay Utd in the week and after doing a bit of searching found this on the Swindon Advertiser site:
"Mark Cooper confirmed after the game today that Ryan Mason has a Grade 1 hamstring tear which will keep him out of action for 10 days to two weeks."
So looks like Ryan's bad luck with injuries continues.
2-0 loss against Shrewsbury Town away, Hall and Luongo started. Of ex-players Byrne and Kasim also on XI and Archibald-Henville and Barthram on bench. Mason and Pritchard probably injured.
Doesn't help that Swindon are still managerless at this point.
And added bunch of trouble by signing Nile Ranger, however playingwise might be decent addition. Though even that is far from certain.
From a Crawley point of view, I want the Spurs lads to impress (like Townsend at QPR last year) but Swindon to do poorly overall in their results.
No Pritchard played, though not apparently too much effect.
Yep. missed him on reports. Seems at least he did something, got yellow card. Luongo was booked too.
Leading 1-0 with goal by Byrne. Out of loanees Hall, Luongo and Pritchard start with returning Mason on bench. Out of ex-players Byrne and Kasim on XI and Archibald-Henville and Barthram on bench.
Pritchard provided the assist for the 2nd Swindon goal.
Mason came on for Byrne
Luongo, Hall, Mason and Pritchard all start.
Goal - Massimo Luongo - Swindon 2 - 0 Crewe Massimo Luongo scores with a left foot finish. Swindon 2-0 Crewe.
Mason 3 0
Might be worth watching the football league show tonight then.
4 0 Mason pen
Mason can take pens too
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