OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeThe return of Hiram Boateng and Liam O’Neil to regular match action for Cambridge United is expected to be delayed, with the pair currently behind on training minutes.The U’s have been without the midfield pair for much of the season, with Boateng still recovering from a shoulder injury and O’Neil having recently returned from a grade three hamstring tear.O’Neil has made four substitute appearances since being available for selection, but has been limited to around 20 minutes of pitch time in total from those matches.United had been targeting a mid February return for Boateng but that no longer appears to be possible.Head coach Mark Bonner said that the team’s busy fixture scheduled is reducing their training time, plus current conditions are making it difficult for the pair to train as desired.”For players like Hiram and Liam (O’Neil), it’s really hard for them to get closer to match fitness,” Bonner said.”Because we’re having quite a few games, training’s so limited, and the areas that we can train in is really limited, so it’s tough for those boys at the moment, and any of the boys that aren’t in the squad to get themselves fitter and closer to the team.”That’s a challenge we’re trying to overcome at the minute, but it’s very difficult, and I’m sure it will be for everybody.”That’ll probably delay their ability to get back to a starting point. The sooner this bad weather can disappear and we can train a little bit better, then that’ll really help us.”It’s really unlikely that he (Boateng) will be back when we hoped he would, because he’s just behind in terms of training minutes now.”He needs to get a little bit more strength into himself, so we’re probably a couple of weeks away from that.”We’ll just have to monitor that over the next week or so and see how he goes.
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