18 July 2024

Sean Dyche directly contrasts Lampard plan as Everton boss spots chance of  deal for revived star

Everton striker Jack Harrison will miss the Brentford game following Friday’s events Jack Harrison will have to wait to make his Everton debut after leaving Leeds United and is unlikely to feature against Brentford on Saturday, September 23. The Englishman was named in the starting eleven against Norwich City’s Under-21s on Friday, September 22, which clearly means he will not feature in the match a day later.

Jack Harrison makes injury return as Everton Under-21s record first win of  season - Liverpool EchoHarrison was injured midway through Leeds’ pre-season and was not fully fit even when he moved to Goodison Park. Injury specialist Dr Rajpal Brar spoke exclusively to Goodison News about the 26-year-old’s condition and his path back into the playing eleven. He said that his hip injury was quite serious and it will be some time before he can return to action. Dr Brar advised him to play in the substitutes and it seems Everton’s doctors and staff have heeded his advice.

Jack Harrison: Leeds winger to sign new deal and end speculation after  Transfer Deadline Day interest from Leicester | Football News | Sky SportsIt is a good sign that he played against Norwich and maybe it is a sign that he will be back in the first team. The Toffees can do with Harrison’s services in the final third as he can play on either flank and can also be a goal threat

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *