News about young full-back and other players
has taken a step towards full fitness after starting running drills at today’s training session at New Malden.Jim Fenlon
The 19-year-old full-back, who made his last League 2 appearance at Chesterfield on 9 February, will not make the last two games of this season, but he will be ready to hit the ground running in pre-season.
said that this type of injury requires a patient approach.Mike RaynerJim is recovering from a prolapsed disc in his lower back and club physio
“Jim has been getting better over a number of weeks, but his injury can take a bit of time to recover from and we had to be careful not to rush him back,” said Mike. “Jim’s injury has settled down now and he has now started running drills with me today.”
is also now making good progress from the metatarsal injury that he suffered eight weeks ago. The midfielder has now completed three days of straight-line running drills in what is a major step for him after fracturing the metatarsal bone in his foot during Wimbledon’s 1-1 draw against Northampton on 19 February.Peter Sweeney
ankle injury has settled down well and he is hopeful that the striker may be able to join in with the rest of Wimbledon’s squad later on this week.Gary Alexander’sMike Rayner said that
(Fitness Coach).Jason Moriarty, who has been sidelined with severe bone swelling and bruising in his ankle, is now in an advanced stage of running drills and is almost ready to step up his fitness work with Louis Harris