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Hyam Makes Return for U23s
Monday, 14th Aug 2017 12:04

Midfielder Luke Hyam will make his return to action for the U23s in this afternoon’s game against Crewe Alexandra at Playford Road (KO 1pm).

Hyam suffered a knee injury in pre-season ahead of the 2016/17 campaign and then having made his recovery and featured for the U23s injured an ankle in training in March, which ended his season before it had even started.

The 25-year-old wasn’t involved in pre-season at all this summer due to a further knee problem but recently returned to full training.

Also in the side facing the Alex this afternoon will be Conor McKendry, Monty Patterson, Ben Folami and Pat Webber.

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Bluebell added 12:33 - Aug 14
We need Hyam to be fit and in the team with all the injuries to mid-fielders we have at the moment.

Hopefully a couple of games with the Under23s will help with him getting back to regular games in the 1st team.

I can't believe he is 25 now. We have hardly seen him for the last 2 years.

algarvefan added 12:40 - Aug 14
I hope I'm wrong and he may just be unlucky but knee and ankle problems persist and dog a players career, I wish the lad all the best, he's had a horrible couple of years and deserves better.

patthegimp added 13:03 - Aug 14
Wouldn't fancy facing a team with hyam,garner and waghorn. Would have shinpads up to my neck!!

bluehook added 13:10 - Aug 14

What position does French play Phil??

theblueginger added 14:31 - Aug 14
Big year for Hyam. I think he could be very well suited to the 5-3-2 system we have employed of late.

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