REPORT; Millwall striker Might Crack on Soon, Boss….

Following his return from an ankle injury in Saturday’s 3-0 loss to Swansea City, Scottish striker Kevin Nisbet has been given the all-clear by Millwall boss Gary Rowett and can now “crack on.”

Nisbet had been absent due to a problem discovered during the most recent Den victory over Rotherham United.

But yesterday, he was back in the Lions’ starting lineup. Tom Bradshaw, the other senior striker for Millwall, is out with a hamstring injury.

Murray Wallace, a seasoned defender, was allowed to participate despite Rowett’s earlier claims that he would miss the Swans game due to a knock.

Muzza arrived on Tuesday, and according to Rowett, he may practice on Thursday and be fine for the game. He was initially expected to be out for two to three weeks, but he actually felt fine and responded well to treatment.

“Toward the finish, I took him off, but that was only a tactical move to channel more energy down the sides.

Nizzy was unharmed. He has been instructed to buckle up and push forward. He could have survived those minutes for no physical reason.

“Keeping them on today undoubtedly made it challenging. He is currently the only authentically acknowledged number nine we have. Bradders hopefully won’t be too bad. He might not be out for too long and have a chance to play in the Hull match. Again, slightly better news about injuries, though I’m not really concerned given that we recently suffered a 3-0 home loss.




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