This morning, there is some excellent good news footage from Lennoxtown, where Sky have the cameras set up in preparation for Ange’s presser later today.
The footage they are showing is focussed on one man; Kyogo.
He appears to be running around just fine.
The injury he sustained at the weekend does not appear to have affected him too badly, and whilst the manager may decide to leave him on the bench as a precaution I think we can now expect to see him in the squad.
This is the best news we could have gotten this morning.
We will need to wait until later until we hear what the boss has to say, but that footage is excellent to see and a clear indication that our talismanic striker has recovered from the weekend.
It was really disappointing to lose him so early in that match; he hasn’t scored against them yet, but I know and we all know that he is raring to go and do it. They must have breathed a sigh of relief to see him leave the pitch … sad for them that it was short-lived.
But for all of us, the real concern was that he might be out for a while.
Today’s footage has allayed that fear. Even if the boss doesn’t play him against Real, he is going to be fine and he’ll back in contention shortly. He looks fit to me, but we’ll see.
All in all, this is the perfect start to the day.
We can look forward to what the manager has to say now, without worrying that the news on Kyogo is going to be the sort that brings down the great mood we’re all in.
It is certainly not going to be anywhere near as bad as we might have feared.
Johnny Green says:
September 5, 2022 at 12:28 pm
Kevan McKeown says:
September 5, 2022 at 2:29 pm
Johnny Green says:
September 5, 2022 at 4:38 pm
September 5, 2022 at 7:02 pm
September 5, 2022 at 8:13 pm
I pray the he is playing, his speed and awareness might take RM by surprise, much moreso than Gio could achieve on that front, although the big man’s physicality might be called upon later in the game.
Great news for us. Def think we’re capable of scorin. Just hope we don’t get a doin. Right now considerin the opposition couldnae be any tougher, i’d bite yer hand aff for a draw.
We’ve got to be realistic and a draw or even a close defeat would be okay by me.
Great news about Kyoto but 65years ago as a 10year old after a famous win over themi knew all the words to a song I hear has been revived puting on the style but I can’t remember all the words can anyone make an old Tim happy by giving me them
I hope he is 100% as ange has had previous of playing him after the cup final and making the injury worse. I’d rather he missed a few weeks than a few months.
If he is going to be played I hope he starts so we can react with GG if the injury flares up rather than subbing kyogo on for him later on and then needing to sun him
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