Mills confident over Walker

York manager Gary Mills expects striker Jason Walker to shrug off the illness that forced him off during the win over Burton.

Last Updated: 02/01/13 at 17:16

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Walker struck his seventh goal of the season before firing in an in-swinging corner that led to Paddy McLaughlin doubling York's lead in the 3-0 win over Burton.

"He started to feel really weak and ill during the first half so he came off at half-time but we're hoping it's not anything too bad," said Mills.

"We've not scored too many from corners and we've always known Jason's quality from dead-ball situations.

"We see it in training all the time and I first thought about him taking them a couple of weeks ago. We felt the time was right and he put an unbelievable ball in for the second goal."

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