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Goalkeeping worries for PSV

Published: Saturday 21 September 2002, 18.29CET
PSV Eindhoven goalkeeper Ronald Waterreus is set for a long lay-off after tearing a hamstring.

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Published: Saturday 21 September 2002, 18.29CET

Goalkeeping worries for PSV

PSV Eindhoven goalkeeper Ronald Waterreus is set for a long lay-off after tearing a hamstring.

PSV Eindhoven goalkeeper Ronald Waterreus is set for a long lay-off after tearing a hamstring.

MRI scan
An MRI scan has revealed that the Netherlands international sustained the injury in training on Monday. He missed Tuesday's UEFA Champions League trip to AJ Auxerre and will now be unavailable for tomorrow's Eredivisie clash with FC Zwolle.

Long lay-off
Jellen ten Rouwelaar, who stepped into the breach in the 0-0 draw with the French side, will continue to deputise, but it is not clear when the Dutch side will be able to call on their first-choice goalkeeper again.

Last updated: 21/09/02 18.45CET

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