Captain Morgan Feeney has given Carlisle United a lift by returning to full health.
Paul Simpson stated the defender, again from a hamstring damage, would have been able to face Barrow at the moment.
Whereas United’s conflict with their fellow Cumbrians was postponed, the return of Feeney for the Blues’ different December fixtures restores one in every of Simpson’s most influential gamers to competition.
Feeney had suffered the damage in United’s 4-1 victory at Salford Metropolis three weeks in the past.
The 23-year-old former Everton and Sunderland man will now goal a first-team comeback at Northampton City subsequent Saturday.
“He would have been able to play if we’d performed on Saturday,” stated Simpson of the defender.
“He’s solely missed a little bit bit. He’s executed a full week of coaching, obtained to most velocity final week, educated this week, and he’s again moaning like hell once more so he have to be absolutely match.
“We’ll monitor him over the subsequent week and decide for Northampton as to what’s the correct crew to play there.”
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