Plymouth Argyle star George Cooper gets all-clear after scan and X-ray on foot
The 24-year-old has had one of his feet put in a protective boot for a few days as a precaution
Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe is hoping to have George Cooper available for the next League One game against Sheffield Wednesday on September 11 even though he currently has one of his feet in a protective boot.
Cooper has a ligament problem in the foot related to his long time out of action after a knee operation in January.
The 24-year-old has been for X-rays and a MRI scan and they have not shown anything which would cause Cooper to have a further spell on the sidelines.
With no game until September 11, the Argyle squad are being given a few days off by Lowe after a hectic start to the season.
Cooper is set to join in with the Pilgrims' squad next week, perhaps initially with Argyle's head of fitness and conditioning John Lucas.
Midfielder Danny Mayor is expected to be fit to face Sheffield Wednesday after picking up a thigh injury in the second game of the season, the 4-0 Carabao Cup first round win at Peterborough United.
That would leave defender James Bolton (ankle) and striker Niall Ennis (hamstring) still ruled out of action.
Taken from local media