Millwall winger to step up injury recovery with U21s run-out

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WINGER Chris Taylor is set to play for Millwall U21s against QPR on Friday as he steps up his recovery from a knee ligament injury.

The 26-year-old trained with the rest of the Lions squad this week for the first time since December but will not travel with the first-team to Middlesbrough on Saturday.

However, Derby loanee Nathan Tyson is in line for a return to action at the Riverside Stadium after recovering from an ankle ligament injury sustained on his debut against Burnley last month.

Manager Kenny Jackett told NewsAtDen: "Tyson has a chance of being involved at Middlesbrough, but Chris will play for the U21s against QPR because he needs that game first.

"But I would expect him to be fit and available for the game against Leeds next weekend."

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10 thoughts on “Millwall winger to step up injury recovery with U21s run-out

  • February 22, 2013 at 08:37
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    Don't want to out too much pressure on Taylor as ligament injuries take months to heal properly but we have really missed his ability and energy in the mid field.

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  • February 22, 2013 at 08:39
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    Don't know what to make of Tyson, guess we should give him a clean sheet as he played his first game injured so it would be unfair to judge him on that.

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  • February 22, 2013 at 09:01
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    If you do use Tyson jackett please let it be as a striker he's actual position not left wing. We've got enough average left wingers that you have signed without playing another player out of position yet again. His got so much pace this fella but we won't utilise it with our long ball tactics its wasted. When did we last play a defence splitting through ball?

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    • February 22, 2013 at 09:44
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      We have missed Taylor almost as much as Wood IMO. Along with Henry they were both on fire and crearting so many chances for our forwards. Hopefully he is back very soon and we can continue where we left off

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  • February 22, 2013 at 10:49
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    Big player for us now and till the end of the season hope he can stay fit. ..... Good news about Tyson , perhaps we can rest Keogh.

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  • February 22, 2013 at 11:11
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    Great news on the Taylor front in a couple weeks we should be In a position for KJ to stop f****** about with the left hand side.
    On Tyson, use him correctly jackett as an impact player off the bench and he might be useful for hulse's knock downs

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  • February 22, 2013 at 19:16
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    That's good news Taylor back against Leeds next week, we need to stop the rot Tyson Back looks like Tam will be back soon so watch out Trotter or lazy b******* better start grafting

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  • February 22, 2013 at 20:58
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    Taylor our saviour ? Now i have heard it all. League 1 at best . Right footed left winger who slows the ball down as needs to switch it on to his right foot. Average first touch and no pace to talk of but hey he runs around alot gets stuck in and gets sent off. Trying hard is not enough he lacks quality. He is another Feeney tries hard and League 1 is the summit of their abilty. As for Tam i doubt he is a League 2 centre midfielder may be a Championship centre back but KJ has never really given him an opportunity. He has been fit for a while i do not think he is in KJ's plans. The days of of Jimmy and Tam must be the least creative midfield we have ever put out on the field.

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