James Anderson to train at Manchester City in bid to recover from injury
England quick James Anderson will train at Manchester City in his offer to recoup from the injury that has ruled him out of the competitive cricket recently.
Anderson originally picked up the injury in his right calf playing for Lancashire in early July and after that he broke down after four overs of the first Test of the Ashes at Edgbaston in late July. And that injury ruled him out from the rest of the matches of the Ashes in which England drew 2-2 against Australia.
City have concurred he can prepare at their Etihad grounds, utilizing the world-class facilities and medical staff. The plan will see Anderson train at City for the following two months, and he will be joined by England’s head of strength and conditioning Rob Ahmun.
The pair met with City’s head of games science, Sam Erith, on Tuesday to talk about the game plan. Anderson has recently prepared in the off-season at Burnley, his home club, at the greeting of the manager, Sean Dyche.
“It is about a difference in scene for Jimmy, yet in addition a method for taking advantage of the absolute best facilities and experts in the world,” Rob Ahmun said.
The 37-year old Anderson was eventually not picked up for the England squad that will play two Tests in New Zealand one month from now, yet at the same time he is likely to be back in the national team on the South Africa tour in December and January.