15 July 2024

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Josh Maja, a West Brom attacker, won’t be back until the final week of November, says an injury expert
Dr. Rajpal Brar, a specialist in injuries, is a welcome addition to our exclusive writer lineup. He will offer his opinions on West Brom’s injury status every week.
Josh Maja, a West Brom forward, is expected to miss the final week of November because of an ankle injury, according to Dr. Rajpal Brar.
In a 0-0 tie with Bristol City City, the 24-year-old needed assistance off the field and was later seen wearing a protective boot as well.

The precaution could be taken for a number of reasons, according to the injury expert, but he won’t likely return for another two months.

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Speaking exclusively with West Brom News about Tanaka’s injury, Brar, a specialist in Physical Therapy and Sports Scientist, said: “A protective boot with a foot injury can range from the physio staff being cautious to it indicating a more serious setback.

Foot injuries can evolve quickly and be difficult to diagnose early on so a boot is oftentimes used just as a precautionary measure.

In terms of best and worst case scenarios, there’s just too many to give without knowing more about the injury and how it happened.

However, it does not look likely he’ll be back until the end of November.

Maja has played five games this season, but is yet to start a league game for Carlos Corberan’s side.

The Nigerian has featured in just 91 minutes and all his appearances for the first team have been off the bench.

Maja moved to the Hawthorns on a free transfer this summer after his contract at French side Bordeaux expired in June.

In other West Brom news, a football expert has been left stunned after behind-the-scenes news has emerged at Hawthorns over the past few months.

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