Harriers hopeful on Tyrone injury

Youngster tipped to bounce back quickly…

Tyrone Williams

HARRIERS are hopeful Tyrone Williams will be back in action soon enough after being forced off early at Bradford PA on Saturday.

Williams had been an ever-present for the team this season up until the early stages of the weekend’s second half.

Boss John Eustace confirmed the defender had sustained an eye injury during play.

Lengthy treatment enabled him to soldier on temporarily but, as the issue deteriorated, the reds did the only thing they could do in bringing the youngster off as a precaution.

Despite Williams temporarily struggling to see well through one eye at the time, it’s hoped he’ll be back to his usual self well in time for this weekend’s Emirates FA Cup tie against Chester at Aggborough.

“He took a nasty kick to the eye,” noted Eustace.

“We tried to give him five minutes after half time but I think he’d lost all vision in that eye by the start of the second half.

“Hopefully he’ll be okay, but I though Kennedy Digie came on and did fantastically.

“I’m really pleased for him.”

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