Injury Update: Adam Chambers Was Substituted With Painful Foot

Walsall manager Dean Keates has spoken to the press and offered an update on the injury status of club captain Adam Chambers, who was substituted during Saturday's opening-day victory over Plymouth Argyle, going on to reveal that the 37-year-old is suffering from a foot injury and required an injection ahead of kick-off.
Keates. who had just seen his side defeat the Pilgrims by two-goals-to-one as Andy Cook and Luke Leahy found the back of the net, also went on to praise midfielder Liam Kinsella, who put in a solid performance after replacing Chambers in the middle of the park.

Despite being pleased with his side's overall performance, the manager also admitted that he may add another midfielder to his squad as he seeks to further strengthen his side ahead of the midweek Transfer Deadline.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Dean said; "Chambers had a bit of pain in his foot. He had a jab in it. He is a warrior. But it wasn’t quite right and that’s why he came off. I thought Kins came on and was outstanding. He’s a fiery little character, I don’t know where he gets that from! He did well Kins. But that is an area where we may look to add."
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