Monday, 14 January 2019

 

Adam Chambers Set to Return to Action in February

8:00 am Monday, 14 January 2019
Walsall manager Dean Keates has spoken to the local press and confirmed that club captain Adam Chambers, who has been out of action since the opening day clash with Plymouth Argyle, is close to a return, with the 38-year-old potentially being available for selection before the end of February.
Chambers, who is currently the longest-serving Saddler having joined the club from Leyton Orient in July 2011, suffered a fractured metatarsal during the season-opening victory over the Pilgrims and subsequently underwent an operation in September, before suffering a minor setback which has forced his return date back by several weeks.


Speaking via the Express & Star, Dean confirmed; "He’s had all his pins out and he is not far off from jogging again. We are looking at February, the end of February."

Adam has made over six-hundred career appearances during a near twenty-year career and brings a wealth of experience and know how to the team.

The Sandwell-born man is among a large number of players to be out of contract in the summer and may well be among the expected departures as Dean Keates seeks to continue the rebuild which he started six months ago.

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