Both BAJFC players Brian Clark and James Collier have resumed training with the club following injuries that have kept them both out in recent weeks.
Brian, pictured above against Penicuik Athletic in the league encounter at Whitton Park, has been out with an ankle injury since he came off in the 4-3 home defeat against local rivals Carnoustie Panmure in early October, missing the last six games in the process. James, pictured below, last appeared for the Fed in the 5-2 home win the following week against Blairgowrie in the GA Engineering Cup before picking up a foot injury that has kept him out the last five games.
This weekend’s Scottish Cup game may be too soon for either player to make the squad but with further treatment and midweek training, both players, along with BAJFC manager Keith Gibson, will have one eye on making the squad for the Newtongrange Star visit at the end of November or the short journey to local rivals Lochee United at the start of December.
Fed manager Keith Gibson spoke briefly after Tuesday night’s training session about both players…
“Both lads were back training with the squad. Brian completed the whole session which was very pleasing, we’ve missed his enthusiasm and skill on the pitch during recent defeats, it’ll be good to get him back into the squad and playing again.
James managed half the session, he has been carrying a niggling foot injury that we thought might require some surgery. We’ll take it easy with him over the next few sessions and take it from there. We are light upfront when it’s come to scoring goals recently and would want him back as soon as…”