18 July 2024

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Dr. Rajpal Brar, a specialist in injuries, is a welcome addition to our exclusive writer lineup. He will provide his thoughts on Leeds United’s injury situation every week.

Stuart Dallas, a midfielder for Leeds United, could potentially make a comeback from his injury, according to Dr. Rajpal Brar.

Even if he has been sidelined for a few years, which is a lengthy time, the injury expert argues that it is premature to conclude that he will hang up his boots.

The 32-year-old’s final appearance for Leeds came against Manchester City in 2022, and he remained inactive for the entire 22–23 season.

Speaking exclusively to MOT Leeds News, Brar, a specialist in Physical Therapy and Sports Scientist, said about Dallas:

Dallas suffered a ‘femoral’ fracture which is the thigh bone and the largest weight-bearing bone in the body.

I believe he’s suffered multiple setbacks during his return as well.

The injury sounded quite serious when it happened and is quite rare in football so an extended timeline wasn’t surprising but now going on two years, it’s difficult to rule anyone out of returning but that’s a long time to be away from the game – you’re losing fitness, confidence, and rhythm as well.

The word from Leeds has been that they’re not rushing Dallas back into action after a setback that’s kept him 16 months out.

As mentioned above, he did face several setbacks while recovering from a femoral fracture.

However, he continues to work behind the scenes at Thorp Arch, providing support to youngsters and first-team players in different aspects.

In other Leeds United news, an Injury Expert has revealed a silver lining emerges as a Leeds player will be ruled out until October amid a recent revelation.

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