Aneke and Inniss
When Chuks went down clutching his hamstring 2nd half on Tuesday we feared the worst. The man with the apparent glass muscles was playing only because he had his four-match ban overturned and now it looked as if he was going to be out injured. Charltonization at it’s finest.
But, that corner is there for the turning because today Lee Bowyer declared Chuks “fine” and fit. Good news, Aneke has been one of a few shining lights this season.
Ryan Inniss has been out since November. He’s only played 5 league games for us and in one of them he was sent off. Still he comes with the tag of defensive saviour.
Inniss is back training next week with the first team, and although it will be a slow build-up to match fitness it is welcoming news.
Nonetheless Inniss has only played 88 games in a career spanning eight seasons, and the most he has ever played in one season was last year at Newport County where he started 21 games. As one of my regular commenters would no doubt say…. Inniss’ Wikipedia page mentions the word injury seven times and that’s without a mention of his current one.
Sending off’s and prison are also searchable on his Wiki page, but I will take him as I find him, and he was very impressive when I’ve seen him play, and still only 25 with a lot to prove. I also really liked his lockdown interview he did with the Charlton Upbeats, which painted him as warmhearted, bright and attentive.
I hope Inniss comes back and smashes it. In the right way.