|Lambert: One or Two Young Lads May Play at Colchester Mon 11th Nov 2019|
Manager Paul Lambert says some of the Blues’ youngsters could be involved when Town take on Colchester United in their third and final Leasing.com Trophy group game at the JobServe Community Stadium on Tuesday evening (KO 7.30pm).
|Vincent-Young in Doha Seeing Specialist Fri 01st Nov 2019|
Fitness coach Jim Henry has revealed that right-back Kane Vincent-Young has been in Doha, Qatar this week with physio Matt Byard seeing a specialist regarding his groin injury. Henry, speaking at last night’s Meet the Club event, has also given an update on the progress of Freddie Sears, Teddy Bishop and Jack Lankester.
|El Mizouni Could Return But Lambert Has One or Two Concerns Ahead of Peterborough Fri 16th Aug 2019|
Blues boss Paul Lambert hopes youngster Idris El Mizouni will be fit enough to return to the squad at Peterborough tomorrow but thas one or two worries about other players ahead of the visit to London Road, while he says the likes of Gwion Edwards, Emyr Huws and Alan Judge will have benefited from playing in the Carabao Cup tie at Luton on Tuesday.
|Dozzell and Wilson Training and in Squad Fri 09th Aug 2019|
Andre Dozzell and James Wilson have both trained this week and will be in the squad for Saturday’s opening home game of the season against Sunderland, manager Paul Lambert has confirmed.
|Lambert: We Need a Few Out of the Treatment Room Thu 25th Jul 2019|
Blues boss Paul Lambert admitted he needs a few players to return from the treatment room with Tristan Nydam having been added to an already lengthy injury list after suffering a broken ankle and damaged ligaments at Notts County on Tuesday evening.
|Nydam Facing Six Months Out Wed 24th Jul 2019|
Midfielder or full-back Tristan Nydam is expected to be out for six months having broken his right ankle and suffered ligament damage at Notts County last night.
|Bishop Out for Three Months, Nsiala and Lankester to Miss Start of Season Thu 18th Jul 2019|
Teddy Bishop faces three months on the sidelines with a knee injury, while Toto Nsiala and Jack Lankester will also miss the start of the season due to injury, the club has confirmed.
|O'Neill: Academy to Remain Category Two Tue 14th May 2019|
Town general manager of football operations and academy manager Lee O’Neill has reiterated that the club’s youth set-up will remain at category two despite the club’s relegation to League One and the loss of a number of talented young players to big Premier League clubs.
|O'Neill: Report on Injuries to Be Compiled Tue 14th May 2019|
General manager of football operations Lee O’Neill says the club’s medical and sports science staff will put together a report on the club’s injury situation during the season with the Blues again having lost several players to fitness problems over the course of the campaign.
|Lambert Hoping Quaner is Fit for Championship Finale Fri 03rd May 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert hopes Collin Quaner will be fit enough to start against Leeds in the final game of the season - and the last of the Blues' 17 years in the Championship - on Sunday with his squad short of fit strikers.
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