TOWN FANS will be delighted to know that diminutive striker Mohammed `TJ’ Ibrahim will be ready for team selection in December.
The 24-year-old quick as lightening Ghana-born regular until suffering cruciate ligament damage to his right knee in the Play-off final with Pontefract Collieries some 19 months ago hasn’t played a game since.
He had to have his operation on the NHS and has been working back to fitness and strength since having the operation earlier this year.
“I might have been playing now if we had been able to keep going,” enlightened Ibrahim. ” But the original plan to get me a couple of games on dual registration for match fitness had to be shelved when fixtures ceased.
“I am desperate to get back on the field and the specialist physio says I am ready and good to go as the knee needs that to complete the strengthening of the joint.
“I have really missed the match day adrenalin rush and the banter with the lads and the great supporters they have at Town. It’s a long time to be sidelined and the longest ever in my career so far which has taken in Sheffield FC, Staveley FC and Everest FC.