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There is good news and bad news for Glenn Roeder ahead of the Newcastle game.
Back come Fredi Kanoute and Paolo Di Canio, while Joe Cole sits it out with a recurrence of a foot injury.
"Joe Cole's strain to his foot hasn't really settled down," says John,"he had an injury preseason and aggravated it at Derby when he tried to clear the ball.
"His foot hit the underside of someone's boot;  but we repeated the scan on Monday, and it doesn't look that different from the previous scan.
"He has been off training all week avoiding contusions, so the decision has been taken to rest it and let the bruises settle down.
"Fredi has been getting stronger and stronger; he didn't have a real problem at Derby but he felt it getting tighter and tighter - which is usually a precursor to it tearing.
"He has trained fully all week so hopefully he will get through this game with no problems, get through the next game, and then we have a two week break.
"The way he plays is so dynamic and doesn't involve much medium paced running.
"He is either meandering about or sprinting using great big strides and sudden stopping and turning."
As for Paolo, John explains:
"Last Friday, before we went to Middlesbrough, he had a scan which showed quite a bit of swelling.
"But it has settled down with medication, and he has been able to train most of this week.
"David James is about eight weeks away from playing and Steve Lomas is training again.
"He spent two weeks in Vancouver and we will be looking for a reserve game in mid-October."
Also on the injured list, of course, are Titi Camara and Ian Pearce, who are both some way away from first team football.
Titi did take part in training at Upton Park on Friday, while Ian Pearce is still resting.
Shaka Hislop missed some of Friday's session as a precaution - he has a heavy cold.