One week until things are over for the year – well unless we’re still going to Burma of course.
It’s been a season well below where any of us needed it to be and now it seems as though we’re going back to the drawing board in the summer.
Whether or not Paul Heckingbottom and Victor Orta can deliver what we want remains to be seen, of course, but I have to remain hopeful.
In the meantime, though, it also looks as though Stuart Dallas is going to miss the curtain call against QPR.
As per Phil Hay, he’s set to be out for a few weeks:
Little bit of injury news from yesterday – Stuart Dallas has a torn hamstring and won’t play against QPR. Will take a few weeks to recover. #lufc
— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) April 29, 2018
Let’s look at the reaction to that:
Well that’s the play offs hopes over Phil.
— LUFC South Stand (@SouthStand_LUFC) April 29, 2018
Is Tyler Roberts alive
— Jason Howard ⚡️ (@JasonHo51447070) April 29, 2018
Will he be fit for Myanmar Phil?
— Ian Woodcock (@Ian_A_Woodcock) April 29, 2018
And also unfortunately can’t make Myanmar. Bet he’s gutted.?
— Diddlysquat (@markrikko) April 29, 2018
Such a shame we will miss all them goals and assists he brings to the team
— Matty Harrison (@harrisonmatty1) April 29, 2018
Hopefully won’t play again.
— Rob Barber (@rjbarber91) April 29, 2018
I think a few of he squad will be picking up niggles this week
— Adam Barlow (@AdamPaulBarlow) April 29, 2018
Does that put him in doubt for the peace keeping tour of Myanmar?
— Neil Royce (@royceylufc) April 29, 2018
Don't worry we have forest sakho
— MMW GREEN SOLUTIONS (@mmwgreen) April 29, 2018
I know sometimes Dallas gets criticised because of his limitations but he is a player I personally think is very solid and one we need to keep hold of.
He’s hard working and always tries to represent the club in the right way so I’m lookinh
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