Another week of lockdown begins in this country and plenty up and down the UK will hope that things can return to normality sooner rather than later.
Certainly, among that group, Leeds fans will be among the keenest to see a return to normal day-to-day life as they wait eagerly to see if their side is finally going to get back into the Premier League.
It’s been a long wait for the Whites and this extended period is only going to make it more excruciating but, at the same time, if they are promoted it will be all the sweeter.
In the meantime, fans will be keen to hear about the progress of any of their players in this current period and one man seems to be working hard; Adam Forshaw.
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The midfielder has suffered a lot this season with injuries but Phil Hay has provided a promising update over the work he is getting through, writing for The Athletic.
“Forshaw underwent a pre-arranged bout of surgery two weeks ago — a second operation, to deal with a problem affecting his groin and hip — and is at Thorp Arch five days a week to carry out his rehab.”
For obvious reasons, Thorp Arch has been deserted since the middle of last month thanks to the current situation.
However, Forshaw is still getting access in a controlled environment and that will be helping his situation no end.
He’s a popular player under Marcelo Bielsa, and fans will hope he can get back to full fitness as soon as possible.