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Newport County: Midfielder Robbie Willmott facing injury absence for run-in

Newport County are set to be without experienced midfielder Robbie Wilmott for their League Two promotion run-in. Wilmott, 31, suffered a knee injury in last Saturday's 1-0 win at Swindon and is poised for a six-week absence. Newport are seventh in the table ahead of hosting Crawley on Good Friday.
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Robbie Willmott: Midfielder grateful for another Newport County chance

Venue: Rodney Parade, Newport Date: Wednesday, 25 August Kick-off:19:45 BST. Coverage: BBC Radio Wales live commentary on FM & DAB in south east Wales . Midfielder Robbie Willmott is making the most of his opportunity with Newport County after he thought his time at the club was over. The 31-year-old...

Robbie Willmott: Midfielder agrees new Newport County contract

Midfielder Robbie Willmott has signed a new contract at Newport County which ties him to the League Two club until the summer of 2022. Willmott, 31, played 17 games for Exeter City after joining the Grecians on loan in February. But he returns to Wales for the 2021-22 campaign, when...

Robbie Willmott in contention to return for Exeter

Exeter have Robbie Willmott back for Tuesday’s Sky Bet League Two home clash with Grimsby. The on-loan winger was unable to play against his parent club Newport at the weekend. The Grecians have also had Joel Randall (hamstring) and Sam Stubbs (knee) out due to injury. The Newport match on...

Robbie Willmott: Exeter City loan move sparks winger's form

Robbie Willmott says his career has been reinvigorated since joining Exeter City on loan from Newport County. The 30-year-old winger moved between the League Two clubs just before the transfer deadline and has scored and had an assist in three appearances. "At the moment Exeter's been an amazing place for...

Robbie Willmott scores as Exeter beat Colchester to extend winning run

Exeter extended their unbeaten run to four matches with a deserved 2-1 win at struggling Colchester. Exeter took a 27th-minute lead through Robbie Willmott, who tapped home Josh Key’s low cross from inside the six-yard box to round off a polished move. Colchester goalkeeper Dean Gerken made two good reflex...