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Connolly To Start

Wigan Athletic striker David Connolly could start his first Premiership game for months against Birmingham City on Saturday.

Andreas Johansson has a knee injury picked up against Blackburn Rovers on Monday and Henri Camara has not returned from Senegal following a family bereavement.




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Date:Friday April 7 2006

Time: 12:31PM

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Connolly, an enigma or just a journeyman? Will he still be around next year?
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