Have your sayAlex Kiwomya will undergo further tests after the root of his injury problem was determined to be in his back. Doncaster Rovers’ summer signing will certainly miss the start of the new season with his on-going calf injury. A scan has revealed the injury is related to a problem with his back but it is unknown how long he will be out of action for. “We’ve got to go through the correct protocol and there are more tests and more scans,” boss Darren Ferguson told The Star.
Darren Ferguson reasserted his reputation as a tough taskmaster as he demanded more from his Doncaster Rovers side despite an impressive performance against Sheffield Wednesday. Rovers lost their unbeaten pre-season record to the Championship outfit, suffering a 2-1 defeat but producing an excellent showing for the majority of the competitive encounter. Ferguson however spoke of his disappointment in his side’s performance over the first half hour and says he expects better from his side.
So often in pre-season friendlies, it is the lower league manager that comes away the happier. And despite Wednesday taking the win away from the Keepmoat on Tuesday night, Rovers boss Darren Ferguson will have taken more heart from his side’s performance than opposite number Carlos Carvalhal. It did not look set to be that way over the first half hour, a period which the Owls thoroughly dominated and made the obvious gulf in class between the two teams all too apparent.
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