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Dons forward returns to training after two months out

Adam Roscrow makes a welcome return to training

26 November 2019

Adam Roscrow has returned to full training after an extended lay-off and Glyn Hodges expects him to be in first-team contention soon.

The summer signing from Cardiff Met made four substitute appearances in the league and one start in the Trophy before a thigh injury curtailed his progress. However, Adam has made significant progress recently and our manager believes he can be a real asset when he gets himself match fit.

“Adam is looking well,” said Glyn. “It’s been two months out for him, so it’s like having a new player back in the building. It’s good for Adam as well because sometimes you can get down when you are out injured, especially after you’ve joined a new club, but he is back with the group and looking sharp. Hopefully, he gets some games and gets back into contention soon.

“Sometimes football goes for you and other times it doesn’t. Everyone was looking forward to Adam coming into the club and doing well, but then he got this injury. He will come back stronger for it. He has to make sure that he’s looking after his body and training right, so that he comes back in great shape and starts firing in goals again. When he came on as a substitute earlier in the season he came close to a couple of goals. He was getting closer to being in the team. Adam had a little bit of a setback, but I’m sure he can get back in no time and put himself in contention to play.”

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