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Good news from the treatmnt room

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There’s been encouraging news on the club’s injured players from Head of Medical and Sports Science Stijn Vandenbroucke.

The club’s top medic reported to the official site: “Manuel (Lanzini) was wearing a knee brace for four weeks and is out of the brace and has entered a new phase in his rehab and started running on Wednesday.
Aaron (Cresswell) did not require an operation on his injured knee and is making very good progress. Aaron has been wearing a brace and using crutches for a few weeks.

“He has now started walking with the brace, partially weight bearing. On Sunday we will take the brace off and progress to the next steps in his rehabilitation process.

“Gokhan Tore has had significant trauma to his knee and rehabbed very well with our medical team and rehab fitness coach Eamon Swift, finishing those sessions on Wednesday. He will resume training with the squad today.

“Diafra Sakho is undertaking an individual training programme and is working hard to attain the right level of fitness to join the squad as soon as he can.

“Finally, Cheikhou Kouyate, Pedro Obiang and Darren Randolph picked up minor knocks in the Domzale home leg and we didn’t want to take any chances, so they were not involved in the Juventus game.

“They all trained without any problems on Wednesday and are fit for selection against Chelsea.”


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One comment on “Good news from the treatmnt room

  1. Good to hear.

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