Dunne injury blow for Boro

Stevenage midfielder James Dunne could be out for up to three weeks with an injury he picked up in training.

Last Updated: 10/09/13 at 15:01

David Dunne: Sidelined for three weeks

David Dunne: Sidelined for three weeks

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Dunne, who has scored one goal so far this season, suffered the knock towards the end of last week and missed Saturday's goalless draw at Tranmere.

"It will keep him out for two or three weeks," admitted manager Graham Westley.

The news is another blow to Westley whose casualty list also includes Darius Charles, Ben Chorley, Lucas Akins, Luke Jones and Lee Hills.

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