Date: 4th March 2014 at 10:45pm
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Manager Neal Ardley has confirmed that Andy Frampton will be in the squad who play Cray Wanderers tomorrow.

The defender will make a speedier than expected return to on pitch action having dislocated his shoulder in the game against Scunthorpe United back on January 18th and seeing him return for the London Senior Cup game will be a big boost for us.

Peter Sweeney, Chris Arthur and Jake Nicholson will also join him in the team for a potential run out, and in Frampton’s case it will be a major boost to his fitness levels.

Speaking to the Official Site the gaffer explained.

‘It will be massive to get Andy back because he’s been outstanding for us all season. I knew what we were getting when we signed him, he’s a leader and a very good player.’

Ardley goes on to say that Frampton has been back in training now for about a week so he’s had a good start, but there is nothing quite like a game for fitness and sharpness purposes is there.

Tellingly he also says that despite returning earlier than expected, if he does come through the game tomorrow well and feels good ‘straight away he’s in contention.’

Now whether or not he gets pushed back into league matters that quickly remains to be seen, but if he does come through the game, then clearly you’d imagine he’d be ready for a start again within another seven days with a further week’s worth of training under his belt.

With that said in terms of easing him in, this is something Ardley addresses himself.

‘There’s no chance of easing Andy back in with the way that he plays. He will go out full bloodied and will treat it as a cup final. If he takes a whack on it then we will learn a bit more and that’s the first process we will go through.’

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