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Bolton’s Lee breaks leg, ruled out for 9 months

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Bolton’s Lee breaks leg, ruled out for 9 months

Bolton Wanderers’ South Korean midfielder Lee Chung-Yong is expected to be sidelined for at least nine months after suffering a double fracture to his right   leg  during a friendly match against Welsh club Newport County on Saturday, according to the club website, www.bwfc.co.uk. Lee is recovering from a successful operation on his leg yesterday.

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