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Jack Ross says that they won’t rush Allan’s return

Mon 14 December 2020 | 18:56

Jack Ross says that they will let Allan have a full recovery before returning.

Scott Allan

has been out since August. The doctors said that he has a kind of illness. Now the doctors permitted him to start training. But

Hibernian

boss

Jack Ross

says that he will wait for the player to have his full recovery before letting him get back in action.

 “Scott is back in, which is another step forward for him. It’s small steps forward for him but it is another box ticked.

“He’s got a fair bit to go in terms of building up his training given the length of time he’s been out.

“But it’s all good progress for us and all positive for Scott, most importantly.

“I don’t think we’ve put any kind of timeline on anything. We don’t want to put any kind of pressure on him to be available by a certain time.

“We will just continue to see how he progresses. We’ve done that from day one that he became unavailable and we’ll continue to do the same.

“In the recent time he’s made good progress and if that continues then hopefully he will be in a good place physically and may be in contention.

“But neither us as a club or Scott as an individual are really looking that far ahead at the moment.”


source: SportMob