Leeds’ number nine missed much of last season on the sidelines but had to watch his side from afar again at 3pm. The Whites came back from 3-1 down in the second-half to eventual winners by the 83rd minute.
Speaking in his post-match press-conference, via Leeds Live, Marsch admitted that the striker picked up the injury in training in the week, he said: “(Bamford) felt something in his hip when he took a penalty in the last action of training.”
Phil Hay of The Athletic also reported on the incident with Bamford, he wrote that Bamford is expected to be out for only a short period, he said: “Marsch says it’s a seven-day injury.”
Adam Pope of BBC Sport added: “Hopefully he will be fit for Spurs away next week.”
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Bamford may be permanently broken.
His body simply isn’t recovering and maintaining its strength for any sustained period of time. The only way he will get back his confidence and shake off the rustiness is to play for a longer stretch of games, yet hasn’t been afforded that yet.
It highlights the negligence of not recruiting a striker in the summer even further. It is imperative that Leeds sign a centre-forward in January.