Albion wait on Ince

Rohan Ince

Rohan Ince

First published in Sport by , Chief sports reporter

Albion are sweating on the fitness of Rohan Ince for tomorrow's visit to Millwall.

The midfielder missed training yesterday after hurting an ankle in Monday's FA Cup replay defeat at Hull.

Albion continue to monitor Will Buckley daily to assess the winger's availability after persistent hamstring problems.

Andrea Orlandi has returned to training after sitting out the Hull defeat with a swollen ankle.

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10:11am Fri 28 Feb 14

Uckfield Seagull says...

As much I feel Oscar has had a very encouraging first season, I hope he has learnt a few things as well, we need to play two up front from now until the rest of the season and go for it. Dare I suggest

Tomas
Bruno, Greer, Upson, Ward
March, Ince, Andrews, Lua Lua
Lingard, Ulloa
As much I feel Oscar has had a very encouraging first season, I hope he has learnt a few things as well, we need to play two up front from now until the rest of the season and go for it. Dare I suggest Tomas Bruno, Greer, Upson, Ward March, Ince, Andrews, Lua Lua Lingard, Ulloa Uckfield Seagull
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10:32am Fri 28 Feb 14

WestStander17 says...

Uckfield Seagull wrote:
As much I feel Oscar has had a very encouraging first season, I hope he has learnt a few things as well, we need to play two up front from now until the rest of the season and go for it. Dare I suggest

Tomas
Bruno, Greer, Upson, Ward
March, Ince, Andrews, Lua Lua
Lingard, Ulloa
He might play two up top now he appears to have a quality sidekick for Leo but if he does, I'd be very surprised if he had 2 wingers too, especially away from home.

I think he will want to keep 3 central midfielders, probably Ince, Andrews and Stephens. That would leave a choice of Orlandi, March, Lopez, Lua Lua, Rodders or Buckley (if fit) to fill the final position. Orlandi or March, for me.

If Ince doesn't make it, Andrews would probably fill the holding role with JFC or Agustien coming in.

He may just stay as we are and have Lingard on the bench or play him wide like Rodders has been.
[quote][p][bold]Uckfield Seagull[/bold] wrote: As much I feel Oscar has had a very encouraging first season, I hope he has learnt a few things as well, we need to play two up front from now until the rest of the season and go for it. Dare I suggest Tomas Bruno, Greer, Upson, Ward March, Ince, Andrews, Lua Lua Lingard, Ulloa[/p][/quote]He might play two up top now he appears to have a quality sidekick for Leo but if he does, I'd be very surprised if he had 2 wingers too, especially away from home. I think he will want to keep 3 central midfielders, probably Ince, Andrews and Stephens. That would leave a choice of Orlandi, March, Lopez, Lua Lua, Rodders or Buckley (if fit) to fill the final position. Orlandi or March, for me. If Ince doesn't make it, Andrews would probably fill the holding role with JFC or Agustien coming in. He may just stay as we are and have Lingard on the bench or play him wide like Rodders has been. WestStander17
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1:29pm Fri 28 Feb 14

VegasSeagull says...

You gotta feel for Oscar, every week it seems that he finds himself having to handle another injury threat to one of our key players. Would you just love it if only for one match, the man could use what ever player he wanted from our squad. I wonder what that line up would look like, bench too. Every single player 100% fit.
You gotta feel for Oscar, every week it seems that he finds himself having to handle another injury threat to one of our key players. Would you just love it if only for one match, the man could use what ever player he wanted from our squad. I wonder what that line up would look like, bench too. Every single player 100% fit. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 5

2:05pm Fri 28 Feb 14

namgo49 says...

As soon as he pulled up you knew it was another match missing injury. A great shame, his power and strength will be sorely missed at Millwall and probably the home game to Reading at least.
As soon as he pulled up you knew it was another match missing injury. A great shame, his power and strength will be sorely missed at Millwall and probably the home game to Reading at least. namgo49
  • Score: 2

2:26pm Fri 28 Feb 14

Doug surrey says...

When will Oscar realise that he must start games with lua-lua. and play our no.1 goalkeeper. The Hull result may well have been different. Calderon is better than Bruno who is too casual at times.
When will Oscar realise that he must start games with lua-lua. and play our no.1 goalkeeper. The Hull result may well have been different. Calderon is better than Bruno who is too casual at times. Doug surrey
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