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Life on Pars hell for Craig.

CRAIG EASTON admits his spell at Dunfermline has been a 'nightmare'.

A torn calf muscle is the latest injury to hit the former Dundee United star and he will miss this weekend's trip to face Rangers.

Easton, 32, has made just three appearances since joining in August and his contract is up in January.

He said: "It's been massively frustrating. I've been up here and I've hardly kicked a ball. I can't dress it up in any other way - it's been a nightmare.

"I don't think I've ever had a spell of injuries like this in my career and the timing is terrible.

"Being on a short-term contract makes it all the more frustrating."
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Nov 30, 2011
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