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Bradshaw Making Good Progress Ahead of Potential Return From Injury

4:32 pm Thursday, 31 December 2015
Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw, who has missed the last five games thanks to an ankle injury which he collected during the Saddlers' Sky Bet League 1 victory over Shrewsbury Town, could be set to hand new Head Coach Sean O'Driscoll a fitness boost ahead of this weekend's match versus Rochdale.
Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw, who has missed the last five games thanks to an ankle injury which he collected during the Saddlers' Sky Bet League 1 victory over Shrewsbury Town, could be set to hand new Head Coach Sean O'Driscoll a fitness boost ahead of this weekend's match versus Rochdale.

Bradshaw, who has notched twelve goals in all competitions so far this season, has returned to training and continues to make strong progress towards receiving a clean bill of health from Head Physio Jon Whitney.

Earlier today, Whitney, who also operates as Assistant Head Coach, posted a short clip of Bradshaw completing the 'Whitney H Test' as he continues in the latter stages of injury rehab.
CLIP USED WITH THE EXPRESS PERMISSION OF JON WHITNEY & WALSALL FOOTBALL CLUB


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