To be fair even if he never played for us again, I think the club had a moral duty to get him back fit as he was Injured playing for them.It’s beyond stupid to rehabilitate a player then let him go before he’s shown his ability. Why would you back him all the way up to him being fit again?
people going on like keeping Jones on means we won’t be able to sign someone. It’s nonsense.
I believe Robins said that the chance of reoccurrence is now no more likely than a player who had never suffered an ACL before which is really positive news.Fingers crossed for the lad. Think it's a no brainer really. Won't be costing us much and has the potential to make an impact.
I read somewhere that the chances of re-doing your ACLs after they have been reconstucted are really slim. Surely those type of injuries are behind him now.
Didn't Robins say he was ahead of schedule and that all being well he could potentially feature in a game setting (likely to be U23s) before the end of the season?I know someone sensible who knows what they’re talking about said September/Christmas time.
But love the idea of him coming back first game next season in front of a packed Ricoh. Even if just for a five minute run about so he can get a clap.
He's done so well to get through it, it's so important we all speak out to someone when we're feeling shit.I found this a fascinating watch. Insight into how footballers cope with ACLs, few mental health tips and nice touches from Maddison and Wilson who both messaged him
He did - I was surprised by thatDidn't Robins say he was ahead of schedule and that all being well he could potentially feature in a game setting (likely to be U23s) before the end of the season?
Encouraging news about Jones. If he is ready to play before the end of the season assume it will be a run of U23 games, can't imagine he'd be thrown straight into a Championship relegation battle.Robins revealed he hopes the player could be available before the end of the season.