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Injury Update: Behind The Scenes

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Following a hectic festive period where Harriers unfortunately picked up a number of injuries, we are now able to go Behind The Scenes to discover more about those injuries, and the recovery process.

Midfielder Billy Daniels sustained a knee injury on Boxing Day against Hereford, and is due for a return to match action in February.

In the same match, Ed Williams picked up an ankle injury which, combined with a period of illness, has seen the Harriers top scorer miss several weeks of action. Thankfully, though, his recovery has progressed to the point that he’s closing in on a return soon.

Against Darlington, captain Jimmy O’Connor suffered a quad strain and is also due to return to the pitch within the next month, while full-back Aaron Phillips should be back sooner after taking time to recover from a hip injury that saw him miss the weekend game at AFC Telford.

During the match at New Bucks Head, goalkeeper Brandon Hall sustained a dead leg which. While the custodian attempted initially to play through it, he was eventually withdrawn and will need to be assessed further going into this Saturday’s clash with Alfreton Town.

While on loan with Halesowen Town, midfielder Liam Truslove suffered a fractured foot. It’s a painful injury he’s thankfully now recovered from, with the former Birmingham youngster now building back up his fitness levels.

Kennedy Digie injured his hamstring during the final days of his loan spell of York City, and is currently in the recovery process.

Watch an in depth look at the recovery process in the latest episode of Behind The Scenes, which can be viewed on our YouTube channel by clicking play on the video below.


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