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Head coach to take cautious approach on Solly's training regime
Chris Solly will train less in order to play more next season, according to new head coach Bob Peeters.
The defender made a welcome return to the team towards the end of last season, one which was largely spent on the treatment table following persistent problems with a knee injury.
But the Addicks are understandably wary about the possibility of losing the services of the 23-year-old full-back again, prompting Peeters to confirm the number one priority for Solly will be playing as opposed to training.
He said: “I had a chat with the physio discussing Solly’s knee and he said it is not going to be a big problem for the next season.
“But we need to manage his knee, so we need to be careful if he plays three games in a week that we don’t put him in a lot of training sessions.
“We need to go from game to game and he needs to give us a sign on how he feels.”
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