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West Brom midfielder Jayson Molumby will not be facing a delayed return to training post a foot injury, according to Dr Rajpal Brar.

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The injury expert claims that his trying to play through the injury aggravated things further which saw him needing surgery.

He will now not be back until the pre-season training in summer, ruling him out of all games until May.

About Molumby’s circumstances, Brar, a sports scientist and physical therapist, exclusively spoke with West Brom News.

It’s a cascade of issues, and Molumby will likely need a structured rehabilitation program.

Initially, he attempted to use an injection to treat the injury and proceeded with surgery.

That will delay recovery.

Then surgery on the foot and rehab can be a tricky process where setbacks and nebulous timelines are common.

It sounds like he will be ready to return for training in pre-season.

Molumby eager for 'success' at The Hawthorns | West Bromwich Albion

Initially, there appeared to be chances of him being back in action for the Baggies by early May but that does not seem to be the case anymore.

It’s imperative that the 24-year-old does not rush things and even if he is in a good condition before the end of the season, it makes no sense to make him play.

He has not played since New Year’s Day so it’s already next to four months since he’s ruled out and that’s a really long time so it’ll take a while to get him fully up to speed.

In other West Brom news, a £1.58billion claim has emerged as Shilen Patel completes the takeover to become the new Baggies chairman.


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