posted on Nov, 8 2004 @ 04:35 PM
Kieron Dyer has been pencilled in for a run out in Newcastle's reserves on Monday, after being given the all clear to return to action from injury.
The speedy midfielder has not featured for The Magpies since picking up a hamstring injury in the Uefa Cup win over Hapoel Bnei Sakhnin in September.
The injury has left the England international on the periphery of Graeme Souness' new regime at St James' Park, but he could soon get the chance to
impress the Scottish tactician. Dyer, who has been told he may have to re-model his running style, has made good progress in the last fortnight and
the club's medical team have given the green light for him to face Bolton's second string on Monday evening.
Newcastle have lost their last two Premiership outings and face Manchester United next weekend, a game Dyer would dearly love to play a part in. Dyer,
though, will have to come through Monday's game unscathed and prove his fitness over the course of the next week if he is to feature against The Red