Boyd Rushed Back

Thursday, 17 August 2000, 0:00
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The Jamaican Reggae Boy was due to have the stitches removed from his gashed foot today and team up with Steve Watkin for Swansea’s first away game of the Second Division season. “The stitches will be out today and he has a very good chance of making it,” confirmed Swansea manager John Hollins. “We’ll have to work him a bit in training tomorrow, but I’m confident he’ll come through. “Fitness isn’t a problem for him because he has remained fit since he left us after the Rotherham game last season to team up with the Jamaican national team.” Boyd missed Jamaica’s World Cup qualifier against El Salvador last night, a game the Reggae Boyz won 1-0.

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