Twitter     Facebook     Instagram     Google News

Adam Chambers Could Return Before the End of the Year

Walsall manager Dean Keates has spoken ahead of this weekend's televised League One clash with Fleetwood Town, and revealed that club captain Adam Chambers is continuing to work hard on a return, and could be available for selection before the end of the calendar year.

37-year-old Chambers, who has been temporarily replaced as captain by George Dobson, has been unavailable for selection since breaking his foot during the opening-day victory over Plymouth Argyle, and, following an operation, has been working with the club's medical department to return to action.

Chambers' break ensured the Saddlers have been without two key central midfielders, as well as the captain and vice-captain, this season as Joe Edwards has also been sidelined with an anterior cruciate knee ligament injury picked up against Blackburn Rovers last season.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Dean, said; "Chambo is not too far away. He is nowhere near as close as Joe Edwards. It’s been a long injury for him. But hopefully he’ll be around the Christmas mark as well."

Don't forget you can join us across social media, we're @BescotBanter on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. You can also find the very latest Saddlers news and updates on Google News.
We've launched a brand new newsletter! To secure your copy, or if you require further information, just visit and subscribe for regular updates.
Previous Post Next Post