Jesse Marsch on Patrick Bamford’s chances of playing for Leeds United at Leicester City Yorkshire News

Bamford trained for the first time on Wednesday after a succession of injuries, from a hamstring injury celebrating his goal against Brentford in December, to a torn plantar fascia in his last comeback attempt.

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However, after so much time out and with three games in eight days (Leeds also play Aston Villa and Norwich City), they could opt for a more cautious approach.

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“On Monday I met with the medical team and they presented me with a lot of injury situations. There’s been a bit of a cycle here of players fighting injuries and oftentimes playing through injuries and that means sometimes recover”. other injuries and puts them in greater danger of losing minutes.

“I have to help the guys get back on their feet as quickly as possible, but not put them in danger, not overload them so they’re more in danger, and then make sure we have a long-term view.”

“It’s 12 games, it’s not three or four games, and I know we need points, but we need to make sure we get stronger as we go and not weaker.

“In that sense, Patrick Bamford was training today, Kalvin (Phillips) and Liam (Cooper) are making progress, they won’t be ready for the weekend but they’re out on the field working every day. And then we’ve got a group of other guys that They’ve missed a little bit of training this week and we’re trying to assess the risk and reward of all the different players and how many minutes are appropriate for them to play on Saturday.”

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