Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe has revealed when the injured quartet of Will Aimson, Callum McFadzean, Ryan Taylor and Dominic Telford can be expected to be seen back in action.
PlymouthLive are reporting that striker Telford is due to start full training next Monday after his third hamstring injury of the season, being substituted during the first half of the 2-1 defeat against League Two leaders Swindon Town on New Year’s Day.
McFadzean has been sidelined since the start of December after picking up a knee ligament injury, but he is on the comeback trail after training with head of fitness and conditioning John Lucas today.
Striker Taylor has been missing from action since the end of November with a foot injury that he has struggled to overcome.
Aimson has been out injured for most of the season because of a pelvic problem, limiting him to just seven appearances.
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Lowe said: “Tayls is doing some jogging today, and Dom Telford and McFadzean are training with John.
“Dom will start full training on Monday so he will be back available for Stevenage.
“McFadzean will be probably 10 days away from him, Aimson is looking like the first week in February, and Tayls anytime in the next two weeks.”
Plymouth have slowly risen up the table since Lowe’s appointment in the summer, and are sat fifth in the table with the automatic promotion places within their sights, being kept out of it on goal difference.
Aimson, McFadzean, Taylor and Telford have all got the quality to start for Plymouth, and Lowe will be delighted when they are all back fit and ready for action.
The Pilgrims boss will likely ease them all back into action slowly to make sure that no reoccurences of injuries happen with the business end of the season fast approaching as January ticks on.