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13 October 2018

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Ramadan Sobhi on working hard with Town’s staff to recover from his knee injury

- Ramadan Sobhi speaks to #HTTV about recovering from his injury
- Egyptian international thanks Town’s coaching staff for helping him
- Winger has returned to training with his Huddersfield Town teammates

Huddersfield Town winger Ramadan Sobhi has returned back to training with his Huddersfield Town teammates after recovering from a knee injury.

The winger, who has been out since Town’s second game of the season, was back on the Terriers’ training pitch during the October 2018 international break.

“I am fine, everything is ok, my knee is better now,” said Ramadan Sobhi after his first training session.

“I was in my first training session today. I am happy to be running and I’m happy my knee is good now.”

After continuous and daily work with Huddersfield Town’s physios and coaching staff, the 21-year-old winger reserved a special message to them when he returned onto the training pitch.

“I’ve been working very hard with all the staff at Huddersfield Town.

“I’ve been working every day and now I’m back on the pitch, I’m happy. Thanks to all the staff at Huddersfield Town for making my knee ok.

“I’m excited to be back on the pitch and I’m happy to be training with the team. I’m excited now to keep training and to play in some matches.”

The Egyptian international, who made his competitive debut for the Club in the defeat against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium, went on to explain his desire to play in front of a packed John Smith’s Stadium.

“I’ve not played in the Huddersfield Town Stadium yet, but I’m excited to play in front of all the Huddersfield Town fans.

“In the next match I may play, I may not, but I can’t wait to play in front of all the fans in the Stadium.”

You can watch Ramadan’s full interview below on #HTTV!

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