Marshall: On track

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Marshall: On track

Post by josie andrews » Fri Jan 08, 2021 6:24 pm

Liam Marshall gives an update on how his recovery is going after suffering a knee injury back in September.

Marshall: “It will be good to put last year behind me and have a good 2021.”

Warriors returned to pre-season training at Robin Park Arena this week.

Liam Marshall is looking forward to getting back out on the pitch this year after a knee injury brought his season to an abrupt end in 2020.

After suffering an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury against Castleford Tigers in September, the 24-year-old winger is pleased with how his recovery is going and hopes to be back in full training by April.

Marshall believes he is currently on target to reach his return date.

He said: “It is going well, I am on track to where I want to be. I’ve set myself little milestones. I am scheduled to be back in full training in April, but I’ll be able to do the lighter stuff before. It will be good to put last year behind me and have a good 2021.”

Whilst the younger members of the Warriors first team squad returned to pre-season training this week, Marshall’s recovery schedule is more than well underway after he attended Robin Park Arena before Christmas.

“The more time I rest, the more I have to catch up – this is a crucial part to get to where I need to be. I’m excited to get back fit, anything that comes after that will be a plus. Hopefully we will have team success and do something special this year.

Towards the end of last season, I didn’t see much of the lads. You can be in your own bubble when you’re injured – just doing your own thing. It is tough when they are preparing for a big game and you’re not part of it, but I’ve been pretty positive and hopefully it won’t be long until I’m back.”

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