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Feely heads back to the Valley

Kevin Feely has returned to Charlton for treatment on a hamstring problem that has prevented him from making his AFC Wimbledon debut.

Last Updated: 11/12/13 at 16:01

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Feely joined the Dons on loan at the end of November and was an unused substitute in their 1-1 draw with Dagenham the following day.

But the 21-year-old sustained an injury prior to the Bristol Rovers game and faces a spell on the sidelines.

"After following the correct medical procedures, it is clear that the injury will keep Kevin out for a number of weeks," Neal Ardley told Wimbledon's official website.

"It's a grade two hamstring strain and Kevin has therefore gone back to Charlton for treatment. We will assess the situation in due course."

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