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13 July 2016

Midfielder closing in on return while Myles targets Cambridge run out

Giles Coke is stepping up his recovery from knee surgery and Town are hopeful he will be fit for the Championship kick-off on August 6. 

The midfielder damaged his right knee in training last season and is undergoing a rehabilitation programme that is expected to last four months.

“Giles tore the back of his cartilage and had surgery to repair it rather than remove the damaged cartilage,” Town physio Matt Byard told the Club website. 

“Hopefully he will be outside continuing his rehab in the next two weeks and the target is for him to be ready for the start of the season.” 

Myles Kenlock is also closing in on a return to fitness after missing the trip to Ireland and the friendly against Barnet tonight. 

“Myles jarred his ankle in the first week of pre-season,” explained Matt. 

“He is running on the AlterG [anti-gravity treadmill] and he should return to running outside next week. 

“We are looking at the Cambridge friendly Saturday week as a return for him hopefully.”

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