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 Wednesday, 29 January, 2003, 17:12 GMT
Taylor back in training
Martin Taylor
Taylor has been struggling with a calf injury
Martin Taylor has returned to training with Wycombe Wanderers despite still being hampered by a calf injury.

The club's first-choice goalkeeper did the damage in the 0-0 draw against Cheltenham on 21 December.

Wycombe have refused to put a date on the 36-year-old's return.

A club spokesman said: "Martin is nowhere near ready yet, and I don't know when he will return to contention.

"We've got to see if there's likely to be any reaction."

Taylor's place will continue to be taken by Frank Talia, who is expected to be fit for Saturday's match against Notts County despite sustaining a head wound at the weekend.

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