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Whitney Urges Osbourne to Make the Most of his Pre-Season Opportunity
 
Whitney Urges Osbourne to Make the Most of his Pre-Season Opportunity
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Whitney Urges Osbourne to Make the Most of his Pre-Season Opportunity
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Whitney Urges Osbourne to Make the Most of his Pre-Season Opportunity

Walsall manager Jon Whitney has spoken to the local press and offered an update on the status of Isaiah Osbourne, who has been invited to take part in pre-season after missing the 2015/16 campaign through injury, and has urged the midfielder to grab the opportunity with both hands.
Walsall manager Jon Whitney has spoken to the local press and offered an update on the status of Isaiah Osbourne, who has been invited to take part in pre-season after missing the 2015/16 campaign through injury, and has urged the midfielder to grab the opportunity with both hands.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Jon said; “Isaiah finished the season really strong last year but it is going to be a long term thing with his knee. It will affect him for the rest of his career. But I managed myself with injuries so I understand what is needed and also where he is coming from.

“I told him to come in for pre-season, and get fit. If something happens – great. If not, the worst case scenario is that I can say to someone Ozzy has been with us for five weeks. He’s played a few games for us and he is ready.

“I need to look after him as a person and as a player because he is very respectful to me. I like him as a character. Everything is still open and we will see after three or four weeks how Ozzy is and what we can do.

“But I like him has a person and I like him being in my squad because I think he gives us something different.”

SOURCE | EXPRESS & STAR

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