Injured keeper Stryjek may return next week
STANLEY manager John Coleman says he expects to have goalkeeper Max Stryjek back sooner rather than later.
It was a disappointing start to Stryjek’s career at Stanley after joining on loan from Sunderland, with the youngster suffering a hamstring injury and was forced off after just 10 minutes of the game against Morecambe.
It was unknown at the time just how long the goalkeeper may be out of action, but Coleman has now revealed that the stopper could be back as early as next week.
“We hope Max is going to be back within 10 days, so that’s a big boost for us,” he said.
“Apart from that we’ve got a good bill of health running throughout the squad.
“Obviously we have got Ben [RichardsEverton] still out, but we should have him back in training by the end of next week and that will be like getting a new signing in to have him back and available.”
Stryjek joined Stanley on transfer deadline day after the Reds beat off interest from several other Football League clubs. The 21-year-old played several games for Sunderland during their pre-season campaign.