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Suprise, Suprise ?
Our good man Freddie is out for another 6 months. Suprised? No i didnt think you would be, its seems an endless troublesome list of "minor" surgeries which are depriving our club of our best batsman. He claims after the six months its all forms for lancashire but i suspect in 6 months ill be here writing sbout his new injury or ....
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