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James Balagizi underwent groyne surgery in October and had to return from his loan at Crawley Town, but he is now healthy enough to start training again. Liverpool made the announcement in October.

The midfielder has gotten off to a strong start during his season-long loan to the League Two team, netting three goals in his first 10 appearances. One of those goals helped Crowley knock Fulham out of the League Cup, so his performance has been particularly noteworthy.

However, in October, Liverpool made the announcement that Balagizi had returned to Merseyside after suffering an injury that was not disclosed at the time. This put a stop to his progress.

Crowley continued by stating that the 19-year-old player underwent surgery on his groyne, and that ever since then, he has been unable to take part in any of their matches.

However, as of right present, a reporter for the Liverpool Academy named Lewis Bauer claims that Balajizi has resumed his workouts.

During the period that Balagisi was receiving treatment, Crowley severed ways with their previous manager Kevin Betsy, and earlier this week they announced that Matthew Etherington would be taking over as their new leader.

Betsy was an integral part of the process that led to the signing of a talented young player from Liverpool to the club the previous summer. This player and Betsy were teammates on the England youth team.

Given how well Balagizi has performed for Liverpool over the first few months of the season, the club is hoping that the transition to a new coach will not hinder the forward movement of Balagizi.

Mark Dunford (@MarkSDunford), editor of the Crawley Observer and head of Sussex sports for National World, stated in an interview with This Is Anfield earlier this month that Balagizi ensured the club’s supporters would “never forget him.”

According to Dunford, “After scoring against Northampton Town and then two against Fulham on a brilliant night in the League Cup, he made sure that the Crawley Town fans would never forget him.” (After scoring against Northampton Town and then scoring two against Fulham on a brilliant night in the League Cup.)

“The Reds fans respect someone who gives all and always wants to attack, and that’s what Balagizi did prior to his call-up to the England under-19 team and an unlucky injury,” the author writes.

It is hoped that Balagizi will be able to make a return to action in the coming weeks, and the battle for the Second league will continue as normal throughout the World Cup.

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