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Bradley set for four weeks out

6 September 2012

Steve Evans talks to ahead of the game with Port Vale.

Steve Evans is set to be without Mark Bradley for up to four weeks with a hamstring problem.

Bradley was withdrawn during the Millers Johnstone’s Paint Trophy defeat to York City on Tuesday night, and following an assessment from the medical team he is set for a month on the sidelines.

“Mark could be out for three to four weeks with his hamstring problem,” Evans told Millers Player.

“It seems to be if you play full-back playing in our team you end up injured. It is a shame because Bradders has come in and done well. He is a great professional and a great kid but he will be with Denis the physio now for three to four weeks.”

On a brighter note Evans could potentially call upon the services of defensive trio Nicky Hunt, Dale Tonge and new signing Craig Morgan who all came through a reserve game on Wednesday at Gateshead.

“Tongey and Hunty came through 65 minutes and both were excellent,” added Evans.

“Their fitness levels were both good and there were no issues this morning. Craig Morgan also played 45 minutes as planned so the squad is getting a little bit stronger day-by-day.”

The Millers will be missing Kari Arnason who is away on international duty with Iceland.

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