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Charlie fit for Killie game

On loan Cetic player Charlie Mulgrew looks set to be fit for Saturdays game against Kilmarnock. Mulgrew has only recently returned to a full training session but manager Craig Brewster, working on a threadbare squad may have to include him in the plans for the Kilmarnock game.

It is not clear whether Mulgrew will start or come on from the bench but I feel that his inclusion can only be a positive step for the Tangerines.

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Date:Friday March 24 2006

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