Daniel Sturridge Out Of the Clash against Manchester United From Injury

Daniel SturridgeTwenty-six-year-old England International Daniel Sturridge has finally gone back to training after undergoing a successful hip surgery in May.

Liverpool’s manager Brendan Rodgers was hoping that Sturridge would get back to proper form and make his long overdue return to The Reds, as they clashed with The Red Devils.

Punters took to free bets forums to report how Daniel’s return to full training has been pushed back a week at the earliest. Rodger’s sees that The Capital One Cup visit of 2nd league side Carlisle on 23rd September 2015 is a more realistic game for Daniel Sturridge to make a long and awaited debut.

Daniel Sturridge is Liverpool’s summer signing and is undergoing a small challenge with a thigh strain; however, medics put his recovery on a reasonable timeline.

Punters on the same free bets forums also report that the England International will also step aside from his international duty as England faces Bosnia and Herzegovina in the European Qualifier. The matches will be held in Brussels in Belgium.

In his absence from his club (Liverpool), the club made a staggering start in the current Premier League season after being thrashed 3-0 by West Ham United at Anfield Stadium on Saturday.

Moreover, Liverpool was at a loss after legendary player Philippe Coutinho was suspended from playing against the Hammers.

The Recovery Session
Daniel Sturridge, who plays the forward position, went back to the Reds Melwood training camp as the month of August started to proceed with his rehabilitation recovery resulting from the hip surgery. Initially, doctors had diagnosed that Sturridge would stay from active football until November.

Fortunately, active updates days later posted on free bets forums had every indication that Sturridge would return into live action and play for Liverpool as early as in the month of October.

Further reports suggest that the English international star has been undertaking individual work at Melwood and is yet to do a full comeback training with Liverpool’s first-team.

The delay in his whole training regime means that the Merseyside would have a difficult time as they hoped Daniel would help them have a more robust team as they faced the Red Devils.

It is rather unfortunate for the Liverpool side the news about Daniel Sturridge not being able to join the team is the third blow the club has endured in a space of one week.

Liverpool had to face 20 time English Premier League champions Manchester United without team players Daniel Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho. Another formidable team player Christian Benteke suffered a thigh injury, and this means more trouble for manager Brendan Rodgers.

The Brazilian’s Woes
Free bets sites are reporting that Philippe Coutinho is a Brazilian international attacker that has been suspended for the match against Manchester United. The Brazilian accrued two yellow cards after playing badly in Liverpool’s match against West Ham United, where the Reds lost the game.

With Sturridge’s return tipped to be in October, team manager Brendan Rodgers is at a loss to have a player that will fill into Daniel’s shoes and help the team.

However, since the departure of the English International from active club duty. Manager Brendan Rodgers has reshuffled his team, and the new look seems to be working. The team is concentrating on the defence more and only allowing the ball to stay on their side of the pitch for a very short while.

The defence mechanism has seen the Reds cover more ground in the other half and prove to be a strong team. After winning over Blackburn Rovers to win the FA Cup, Liverpool’s position as a dominant club is slowly but steadily on the rise!

This article was written by sports author and analyst John Hawthorne. As a full time fan and writer of all thing EPL you can be sure he will be writing about all the latest developments regarding this seasons games. To see more of his work go to www.freebookmakersbetsandbonuses.com.au

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