O'Connor back in Derby action

Derby's James O'Connor made his return from a knee injury with a run out for the club's development side on Tuesday.

Last Updated: 28/03/13 at 11:28 Post Comment

James O'Connor: Derby man on way back from knee injury

James O'Connor: Derby man on way back from knee injury

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O'Connor, 28, has been sidelined since the end of January after damaging ligaments in training.

The versatile defender played the full 90 minutes on Tuesday as the Rams' Under-21 side lost 2-1 to Coventry at Pride Park.

O'Connor, signed from Doncaster last summer, is a right-back by trade but his best performances for Derby have been at centre-back and he has also starred at left-back for Nigel Clough's side.

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