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FROM BACK PAGE Harps - you don't want to see anyone injured - but it's how the business is."

Soderberg has sympathy with Newcastle long-serving keeper, having suffered a catalogue of injuries of his own last term.

Now the 20-year-old is looking to kick on, finally fit and able to play his part.

"Last season was a nightmare, so, touch wood, I'm hoping for the best this year.

"I was unlucky last year with injuries, so I'm just going to work really hard to get my chance.

"I got an injury to my left knee at the start of the season, and was out two months.

"Then I was fit for a week, and got injured again.

"I landed on my left shoulder when I dived.

"Then it was another month, and I got injured on my right knee.

"So I'm just hoping for better luck now."


HOPEFUL: Soderberg
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Oct 8, 2010
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