Scot a doubt for York but Cureton is just "a bit sore"
Exeter City striker Alan Gow is expected to spend a week or two on the sidelines after picking up a thigh strain on Tuesday night but Jamie Cureton’s injury doesn’t seem to be serious.
Gow failed a fitness test on Friday having been forced off against Aldershot with his thigh injury and Tisdale expects him to be out for between 10 days and two weeks, making him a doubt for next Saturday’s home clash with York. (3pm)
“Alan wasn’t close to playing in the end and he’s doubtful for next week,” he told the press after the match.
Jamie Cureton was in fine form for the Grecians, scoring two fantastic individual goals before being substituted after feeling some tightness in his hamstring, but allayed any fears that the injury is a serious one.
“I hope the hamstring will be ok for next week,” he said. “It is a bit sore but we’ve got a week to get it right. It wasn’t really a pull, just soreness so I’m sure it’ll be alright.
“I was feeling my hamstring at half-time and then I tried to jump for a ball to play Flynney in and just felt it go a little tighter than it was. So it was a case of not being silly and I came off.”
Keep visiting the Official Website for written and Grecian Player video reaction from Paul Tisdale and Jamie as well as extended highlights and photos from the Kassam.
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