Michael Appleton makes bold statement on Ipswich Town key player

Charlton Athletic manager Michael Appleton has expressed optimism regarding Panutche Camara’s imminent return to training, asserting that the loaned Ipswich Town player could be a valuable asset for the team. Camara, who joined Charlton on loan during the summer, has faced injury challenges both at Ipswich and during the initial stages of his tenure with Charlton.

Despite appearing in Charlton’s first three League One games this season, he has been sidelined since a 2-1 loss to Bristol Rovers in August due to a foot injury. However, there is now a positive update on his recovery. Appleton, as quoted by the club’s official website, mentioned that Camara has been engaged in ball work activities with Charlton’s sports science team and should be back in group training next week if there are no major setbacks.

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Appleton’s confidence in Camara’s potential contribution to the team is evident, as he anticipates the midfielder becoming a “major asset” once he regains full fitness. Appleton has previous experience facing Camara as an opposing manager and is well aware of the player’s capabilities.

Charlton Athletic’s fortunes are expected to improve significantly with Camara’s return to the squad. Despite his injury struggles, he remains a talented and fearless midfielder, known for his ability to advance the ball. His presence will bolster Charlton’s already strong midfield, provided he can make a full recovery without any setbacks.

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