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By DAN KARELL
Three major leg injuries have stalled the career of Stuart Holden, but he’s not letting it keep him down.
The Bolton Wanderers midfielder is currently rehabbing his most recent injury, a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered in the CONCACAF Gold Cup final last July, but he’s now returned to England to continue the rest of his recovery. Holden was in attendance at Bolton’s 3-2 defeat to Wigan and actually sat in the stands with the fans in the away end.
While he has made plenty of progress, both Holden and his manager Dougie Freedman played down a timetable on when he would return. Holden did hint that he’s already working on his running and sprinting, so a return to group training could come sooner than expected.
Here’s the video of Holden discussing his recovery: