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Nydam offers optimistic update on serious injury

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IPSWICH — Zimbabwe-born Ipswich Town midfielder Tristan Nydam has offered a prediction for when he believes he will back from injury after breaking his leg.

And the 19-year-old believes that the blow will have him out until the New Year with February the earliest he expects to be back and match-fit.

Speaking in an interview with the club’s iFollow team, Nydam said: “I reckon it’ll probably be around February. Hopefully sooner.

“This is my first proper serious one (injury) but a few of the lads have obviously suffered long-term injuries so it’s good to have them to talk to.”

Last season saw Nydam, who has graduated through the Tractor Boys’ youth system, sent out on loan to St Johnstone in the Scottish Premiership, where he played five times.

Up until now, he has made 21 appearances for the East Anglian club’s first-team, making his debut back in 2017, but is yet to register his first goal or assist.

Ipswich have made a fast-start to life in League One following their emphatic relegation from the Championship, currently sitting in third place and just one point behind table-toppers Wycombe Wanderers, but with a game in hand over the Chair Boys. — Online

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