Kyogo Furuhashi has been spotted back in training this morning at the club’s Lennoxtown facility. The small Japanese striker took an awkward looking fall against St Mirren last weekend in the Scottish Cup Fifth Round tie at Parkhead and had to be taken off the field of play in what looked to be a concerning injury for him.
The Japan international has suffered from the same sort of injury in the past and has had his arm in a sling before after some hefty treatment from opposition parties. It seems to a regular thing now that the player is targeted by the opposing team in an attempt to stop him from playing or even sideline him.
🍀 "Kyogo is fine. He trained today, had a session yesterday and is good to go…"
Relief for Celtic fans as Ange Postecoglou reveals the striker has recovered after being forced off last weekend 🔽 pic.twitter.com/i8R3GgrVWM
— Sky Sports Scotland (@ScotlandSky) February 17, 2023
Today, the Hoops media team posted images from the club’s training facilities up at Lennoxtown and Kyogo is training along with the rest of the gang. Ange Postecoglou is seen talking to the little forward too, no doubt asking him how he’s feeling ahead of joining back up with his teammates during today’s session.
It’s a welcome addition as the frontman has been on top form lately – scoring 22 goals in total, with 19 in the Scottish Premiership. He will be crucial to the Legaue title coming home this year along with the two domestic cups. We can get out hands on the first of those three next Sunday and hopefully Kyogo is fully mended and back in business by then.
Kyogo at training this morning 👋 pic.twitter.com/LYlV30QQNd
— Highland__Paddy (@Highland__paddy) February 17, 2023
CLICK HERE to see the full gallery for earlier today up at Lennoxtown…