Barnet hopeful over injury to ex-Gillingham man

12:15 20 September 2012

Barry Fuller was injured against Aldershot. Photo: Stephen Pond/EMPICS Sport

Barry Fuller was injured against Aldershot. Photo: Stephen Pond/EMPICS Sport

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Barnet are hoping to get midfielder Barry Fuller back to full fitness quickly after he was injured in their 1-0 defeat to Aldershot.

The former Gillingham midifielder was substituted after 34 minutes of the Aldershot loss.

Barnet expect the 27-year-old to miss the visit of Rotheram on Saturday but hope he will be back in action before long.

“Barry suffered facial wounds which were dealt with at the ground,” club physio Stuart Ayles told Barnet’s official website.

“His injuries will keep him away from training for a few days, his progress will be monitored daily and he expects to see a full recovery soon.”

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