Coast quartet fit again
GOLD Coast United's swine flu suspects have all been cleared for duty for tomorrow's final pre-season clash against A-League rivals Perth Glory.
While infected young gun Tahj Minniecon is now on Young Socceroos duty, the other four Coast players feared to have contracted the disease were set to line-up in Bunbury.
Adam Griffiths, Joel Porter, Matt Osman and Daniel Piorkowski were isolated from United's playing group last week after displaying flu-like symptoms.
None of the quartet were infected by the H1N1 virus and they were all fit and healthy when they flew out of the Gold Coast on Wednesday.
United coach Miron Bleiberg will be without Minniecon, suspended defender Michael Thwaite and injured Brazilian midfielder Robson for the pre-season friendly in Perth.
Robson is nursing a knee injury sustained in the 2-all draw against Central Coast but compatriot Milson is expected to return to the side after being sidelined with a minor leg injury.
The Glory will miss skipper Jamie Harnwell with a torn hamstring.