In­jured keeper Stry­jek may re­turn next week

Accrington Observer - - SPORT -

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.

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