Tim Sherwood has expressed his optimism for Kyle Walker who is the defender at Tottenham football club as far as getting fit to represent England in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Kyle who is a very good right back has not played any game now for almost two months due to a pelvic complication. This hence make it worrying more when it comes to winning a place in the 23 man squad for Brazil.
Roy Hodgson who is England’s national team is expected to meet his player preferable this week. However, Sherwood believes that there is still enough time for Walker to recover before the 2014 FIFA World Cup Kickoff.
Sherwood adds that even if Walker will be missing the remaining part of the Premier league season, his availability for England is confirmed. Next week, the England’s national team will send the medical team to analyze the condition of Walker.
Sherwood when talking to “The Sun” said that the doctor and physios will be able to make their decision after assessing Walker.
Kyle Walker who is now 23 years old has won a total of 10 cap from the time of his debut that is 2011 in when he played against Sweden.
Sherwood further said that as per now there is no decision made whether he play for Tottenham before the season comes to an end and on the other hand whether he is in Hodgson’s 23 man squad.
Sherwood adds that if they found out Kyle is clinically fit to play then he will have enough time to be prepared for the World Cup. He says that Kyle will only need a few preparation games.
Tottenham’s Andros Townsend underwent an ankle operation that will see him out of the pitch most of this summer.
His coach is expecting him to recover very first so as to keep enjoying his career. Townsend although will miss this world cup but has more on the way according to Sherwood.