Obua gets green light for Hearts

David Obua may still miss Hearts' Europa League clash with Paksi after he was stopped at Budapest airport due to visa problems.

Last Updated: 27/07/11 at 22:19

Obua: Has flown out to Hungary

Obua: Has flown out to Hungary

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The Ugandan initially had to travel to London on Tuesday, as his team-mates flew out to Hungary, to renew an expired passport.

Jim Jefferies is also without Andy Webster and Mehdi Taouil for the third qualifying round first-leg clash due to groin problems while long-term absentees Kevin Kyle (hip), Andy Driver (groin) and Calum Elliot (knee) are also unavailable.

Hearts (from): Kello, McGowan, Zaliukas, Jonsson, Grainger, Hamill, Black, Mrowiec, Templeton, Stevenson, Sutton, Balogh, MacDonald, Holt, Smith, Elliott, Barr, Prychynenko, Novikovas, Obua.

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