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Will Kelvin Ever Be Fit Again?
« on: May 27, 2007, 02:05:23 AM »
Will Kelvin Ever Be Fit Again?
By: Vitalfootball

Injury-prone goalkeeper Kelvin Jack has had an injection on his knee before his summer holiday as he looks to regain fitness.
In a disappointing campaign for the Gills, Jack stood out as a massive let down having made just 11 appearances for the club after his summer move from Dundee.
That he was the only senior goalkeeper on the books is most certainly not his fault, but his injury problems played a major part in the Gills' failings last season.
He played in the first three games of the season before his first injury, and did not return until the end of October, but by the start of December he was crocked again.
He then returned to the side at Rotherham on April 7, but was quickly injured again and did not feature in the remaining fixtures.
His absences meant the Gills were forced to rely on loanee goalkeepers, with Darren Randolph, Scott Flinders, Dean Brill, Romain Larrieu and Simon Royce all filling in on short-term deals.
But chairman Paul Scally is hoping that next season the fans will see a different Kelvin Jack, who has not joined up with the Trinidad & Tobago squad over the summer, despite reports in his homeland.
He told Kent On Sunday: 'Kelvin's on holiday. He's had another injection and we'll await with interest the results.
'He's been a huge disappointment. He came to us with an injury when we were assured he had none and he's caused us untold problems. I just hope he comes back a changed player - raring to go and fired up.'
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