Dara O’Shea to make his return for West Brom following the injury

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Dara O’Shea, a defender for West Brom. Has indicated that he will play one more U23 game before returning to the first squad. Back in September, the Irishman sustained a catastrophic ankle injury that was supposed to keep him out for six months.

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O’Shea’s return has gone according to plan for West Brom. With the 22-year-old following up an appearance with the U23s with extra minutes in a friendly against Hereford on Monday. While in an interview with the club’s official website, the player provided an update on his position within West Brom. As he prepares to return to the starting lineup later this month.

“I just want to get going again now, but I know how important it is to do things properly and keep increasing the game time gradually.”

The plan for the player is to get 90 minutes in with the Under-23s in their fixture against Southampton next Monday. And then hopefully he will get through that fine and be ready to go.

Before his injury, O’Shea had had a fantastic start to the season. Scoring two goals in five league games as West Brom Albion got off to a flying start under Valerien Ismael.

This is finally some positive news for West Brom Albion supporters who are dissatisfied with the club’s current condition. At the start of the season with West Brom. O’Shea was a key player. His aerial domination making him a threat going forward while also ensuring he excelled at the back.

On present form, he should be able to return to the starting lineup, and Valerien Ismael, or whoever is in charge. Will be glad to have the Ireland international back in a few weeks for West Brom. Indeed, in his five Championship showings prior to his injury. The £2.7m-rated defensive player was in imperious form for the Baggies. Keeping two clean sheets and scoring two goals while also averaging 2.2 interceptions, 2.4 tackles, 3.6 clearances, and winning 10.2 duels (with a 66 per cent success rate) per game.

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