The 25-year-old’s return to action against Rotherham United on Saturday lasted just 10 minutes before he was forced to hobble off with a recurrence of a hamstring injury that had kept him out for four games. He has since had a scan which showed he is likely to be out of action for the entire Christmas and New Year period. Pool manager Gary Bowyer said: “It’s not good news. He’s going to be out for several weeks.
Blackpool’s top scorer Kyle Vassell has been put on an individual training programme in a bid to overcome his hamstring troubles. The 25-year-old’s return to action against Rotherham United on Saturday lasted just 10 minutes befored he was forced to hobble off with a recurrence of the injury that had kept him out for four games.
Former Blackpool winger Bright Osayi-Samuel insists he has settled well into his new life at QPR despite his lack of game time. The 19-year-old departed Bloomfield Road on the last day of the summer transfer window for an undisclosed fee. He has since struggled for starts, making just four appearances for the Championship side. The winger, who signed a three-year deal at Loftus Road, accepts his next step is to break into Ian Holloway’s starting XI.
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