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Knee injury sidelines Grammozis

Published: Friday 28 November 2003, 14.32CET
News round-up: Germany's 1. FC Kaiserslautern will be without Dimitrios Grammozis until the new year.

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Published: Friday 28 November 2003, 14.32CET

Knee injury sidelines Grammozis

News round-up: Germany's 1. FC Kaiserslautern will be without Dimitrios Grammozis until the new year.

German club 1. FC Kaiserslautern will be without midfield player Dimitrios Grammozis until the new year because of a knee injury.

Scans reveal torn ligament
Grammozis had been troubled by the joint in recent days, and scans revealed he had torn a ligament. Club doctor Hans-Werner Schmalenbach insisted the 25-year-old would escape surgery and undergo light treatment instead. However, Grammozis will not return to action before the winter break in mid-December - a blow for the side lying 12th in the Bundesliga.

Stabæk stadium approved
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Completion date
The new stadium is estimated to cost around €37m and will have a 15,000 capacity. It is due for completion in 2006. In the meantime Stabæk, who finished third in the Norwegian Premier Division and qualified for the 2004/05 UEFA Cup, will continue to play at the Nadderud stadium.

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Last updated: 28/11/03 18.33CET

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