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Mulgrew Out For A Month

Dundee United will be without 19-year-old full-back Charlie Mulgrew for at least a month.

Mulgrew, on loan from Celtic, suffered a knee injury after scoring twice in the 4-2 defeat by Inverness Caledonian Thistle at the weekend.

And United player-manager Craig Brewster told the Dundee Evening Telgraph: 'Charlie has torn a cartilage and will be out for the next month.'

Mulgrew will also be forced to withdraw from the Scotland Under-21 squad.




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Date:Friday February 24 2006

Time: 12:39PM

 

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