Hibs midfielder Guillaume Beuzelin may miss Dundee Utd clash!

Last updated : 12 November 2007 By Steve Forbes


Hibs boss John Collins today revealed that French midfielder Guillaume Beuzelin could miss Hibs' SPL crunch match with Dundee Utd in two weeks.

Boozy, 27, tweaked his hamstring in Saturday's 1-0 win over
Gretna at Fir Park and is now in danger of missing the clash with the Arabs, despite there being a two week break for international football.

The midfield maestro was forced to hobble off the pitch after just 20 mins at the weekend, to be replaced with youngster Ross Chisholm, Collins now fears that he may be out for a while.

The Hibs boss said:

"Boozy could be out for one or two weeks and that means there is a real danger he'll miss the Dundee United game."

Collins was delighted at how Hibs played after young Chisholm replaced the Frenchman and also being forced into another change after also losing Mickael Antoine-Curier to injury after 25 mins and said:

"Having to make two changes so early in the game did disrupt us a bit but while we changed the personnel we didn't change our shape.

"I thought Ross gave us a bit of a lift when he came on, he got our passing going and he did well."

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