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JOACHIM CAN BE A GOAL THREAT FOR BREWERS

20 November 2015

BREWERS assistant manager David Oldfield believes that Aurelien Joachim can bring his international goal-scoring form back to his club.

Joachim scored for Luxembourg on international duty with his injury time goal securing victory over Greece.

Oldfield says: “He gone on these breaks and it’s good experience. He needs now to come back and hit the ground running. It’s different being back here compared to international football but his attitude is good and I’m sure goals are just around the corner for him. He has done well and trained well showing a good character and attitude. He has had some opportunities in the first team. He does carry a threat to the opposition.

“We do need to do better in really taking any opportunities we get. All the strikers, midfield boys, the defenders from set pieces, we need to address it as a group.”

Looking at injuries in the squad ahead of the trip to Bury, Oldfield says:  “George Taft came through his ACL injury and the surgeon is happy with him.

“Kelvin Maynard is recovering from his own ACL injury and is doing well.  

“Zeli Ismail is still recovering. He was very unfortunate with his injury. He was close to being a starter and showing how well he can play. He is still a few weeks away but he is recovering and working hard at Wolverhampton and coming here as well. But he’s a quick healer.

“Darius Charles played in this week’s development game and has trained consistently but still has a little bit to come but he’s feeling better and has shown a  tremendous professional attitude to his work. He knows he’s not too far away now.”


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