Considering all the injury problems that we have suffered in recent times it’s hardly surprising that Wolves gaffer Ståle Solbakken is acting a bit cautious over the return of Jamie O’Hara.
The 26-year-old has been recovering from a third hernia operation inside a year and hasn’t featured for Wolves since March and hasn’t trained since August.
“It`s good news about Jamie but I have to be careful about saying that because it`s going so very slowly with Boukari, He can`t get rid of this pain to free him up.
“Today`s was Jamie`s first session, but I said the same about Boukari 14 days ago.’
“I hoped there would be no reaction but there was a bad one with Razak and he hasn`t trained since.
“So I won`t be saying Jamie is as good as new now because I will look stupid again.’ Solbakken told the Shropshire Star.
The gaffer was talking about the complications that Razak Boukari has suffered this season.
The 25-year-old Togolese international has been suffering from a rare hamstring complaint where fluid has built up in the muscle.
Talking about Boukari he said: “Razak was going to be out for six weeks but already it`s 10 or 12.
“It`s a very rare injury – there`s little literature about it, and two to three cases in football each year.
“It`s not the biggest injury but it`s a strange one.
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