READING FC receive boost ahead of Charlton as two more potential key players return from injury

READING FC manager Ruben Selles provided an injury update in anticipation of the Royals’ upcoming match against Charlton Athletic this Saturday.

The Royals are still striving to end an 11-month drought without a victory on the road in the league.

There is some encouraging news regarding the fitness of striker Sam Smith and Mamadi Camara. Selles stated, “Mamadi Camara and Sam Smith are actively participating in our training sessions. Smith should be available to play in the upcoming game, either as a starter or coming off the bench. We have one more training session before the match, and I’ll decide his involvement.”

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Selles also mentioned that a few players have been dealing with illnesses during the week, including Mamadi Camara, but there is hope for his recovery by the weekend.

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Additionally, updates were given on the status of Amadou Mbengue, Tom McIntyre, and Joel Pereira. Selles noted, “Amadou Mbengue is progressing well but is not yet match-ready. Joel Pereira’s condition is improving, and although we’re uncertain about his availability for the upcoming game, we are hopeful for the following week.”

“Coniah Boyce-Clarke is facing a more extended recovery period, expected to take six to eight weeks. Tom McIntyre encountered a muscle injury following his return from a concussion, and it’s anticipated that he will be sidelined for four to six weeks.”

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