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Rodgers Gives Hopeful Update Over Ndidi’s Injury

Rodgers Gives Hopeful Update Over Ndidi’s Injury

Brendan Rodgers is hopeful the injury suffered by Wilfred Ndidi in Leicester City’s 1-1 draw with Everton on Wednesday is not a serious one, reports Completesports.com.

Ndidi had to be taken off for Papy Mendy just before half-time after receiving treatment on his hamstring.

Rodgers however does not believe the issue is a severe one.

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“It’s just tightened up,”he said on Ndidi’s hamstring.

“He doesn’t think he’s overstretched or tore it. We’ll just have to assess that. We couldn’t risk it.”

The midfielder has scored once in 11 league appearances for the Foxes this season.

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  • Read the story properly before making such defeatist statement. Or if you like here is the story from the source itself. https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/brendan-rodgers-gives-hopeful-update-4936958

  • every team has a crucial player they cannot risk, SO if an important player receives a slight knock or a hamstring pain as in the case of Ndidi. Why risk him on the pitch to worsen the injury if it is something that maybe he should let rest for a day or two. instead of keeping him on the pitch and risking it becoming a 6 months layoff. it was precautionary measures Rodgers took yesterday. so the coach has to assess the situation takes into account upcoming fixtures and decided it is not worth Ndidi playing the remainder of the game only to worsen something that can be avoided.

  • Good to hear. I wish ndidi a speedy recovery. Leicester Cant afford to have both you and vardy on the side lines.

  • Speedy recovery I wish you young man