Winger joins in with the rest of Wimbledon's squad
has handed AFC Wimbledon a boost by returning to full training after over two months out through injury.Chris Arthur
Click on Dons You Tube to listen to Arthur’s thoughts on stepping-up his training. has confirmed that Wimbledon’s powerful winger (pictured), who made such a favourable impression during early season, stepped up his recovery by joining in with the rest of the squad yesterday. We recently caught up with Arthur as he continued his recuperation and he talked about the support he has received from Wimbledon fans and the club. Neal Ardley
Arthur’s return from a hairline fracture of his ankle, an injury he suffered on 12 October against Accrington Stanley, will provide a welcome addition to Wimbledon’s squad soon, and Will Antwi has also made progress after struggling with a long-standing hip problem all season.
, Neal Ardley said “Will has come through 10 days of training and that’s a good start. Obviously, he needs games to follow that up. Chris joined in training yesterday for the first time so that is a real positive.Dons PlayerSpeaking to Rob Cornell on
“We have put programmes in place to try and step them both up and hopefully in January they will be like two new signings.”
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