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RICH FIDLER - Monday, February 22, 2010
American midfielder Charles Kazlauskas, who scored a goal in Friday's win, will travel to his former club for Monday night's rescheduled game.

The game will be played at Heesen Yachts Stadium and pit the Wisconsin native against FC Oss, formerly TOP Oss, just three days after Kazlauskas scored the first of three goals in their victory over RBC.

Head coach Jürgen Streppel will be unable to call upon midfielder Daniël Guijo-Velasco, who is recovering from a broken metatarsal bone in his foot. Another midfidler, Bruno Fernandes de Brito, injured his thigh in Friday's victory and will be out for the next six weeks.

FC Oss' game against Cambuur Leeuwarden on Friday was cancelled due to poor field conditions - therefore Regillio Jacobs will sit out the game against his former teammate due to yellow card suspension.

Oss head coach Hans de Koning has struggled all season with injuries, missing start striker Erik Quekel for another five months. Roel van de Sande and Thijs Geurts are also out with injury for another few months.

Geoffrey Galata, Johan Plat, Serdal Guvenc, and Richard Arends will all be missing due to various minor injuries for the home team.
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