Written by Luke Evans
Moses Odubajo, who was instrumental to Hull City’s promotion last-season is due to be back in a month working around the first-team.
Odubajo, who suffered a ruptured medial knee ligament injury, was injured in a pre-season match against League 2 side, Grimsby Town.
In an interview with the club’s website, he said: “I should be back around the next international break, working around the first team.
“I went for my first run around the pitch and thought yes, I fell like a footballer again. Words can’t really explain how hard it was when I found out how long I was going to be out for. But we had a fantastic medical team here and it feels like a blessing to be back at the stage I’m at.”
The 26-year-old was key to Hull’s promotion back to the premier League last-season, making 44 appearances for the Tigers.
Already you know how much we are missing Moses on that right-side of defence. Teams, who we are playing are exploiting that right side of defence, meaning we are conceding goals.
Elmohamady, in my opinion, is not cutting it in the right-back position because he is not strong enough in games, and seems to drift away, unlike Moses.
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