just in;Liam Cooper hopes injured Lyndon Dykes stays with Scotland 

just in’Liam Cooper hopes injured Lyndon Dykes stays with Scotland 

Dykes has been ruled out of Euro 2024 after a training ground injury.

Despite being ruled out of Euro 2024, Lyndon Dykes is still a member of the Scotland squad, and defender Liam Cooper thinks he will continue to play some role.

Due to an ankle injury sustained during Friday’s training, the QPR striker will not be included in Steve Clarke’s 26-man roster.

Cooper stated, “We are devastated for Lyndon first and foremost.” “Not only do you get to witness his best on the field, but we also get to witness his finest off-field.

“He is gregarious and humorous, and the boys adore him.” He obviously has that Australian twang also, so people make fun of him for that. He’s a valuable team member and a terrific friend to all of us, so to hear that

All we can do is hope he heals quickly. We have lost a squad member who is really crucial. Above all, though, we must give him some time to come to terms with what has happened.

“This is a very painful moment for him. I am aware that he has put in a lot of effort to get himself in peak physical shape since the conclusion of the Championship season.

This is the game of football. I simply hope he knows we are thinking of him, even if it can be harsh at times. He is a crucial member of our team and will be sorely missed.

Before the squad was chosen, Lewis Ferguson,

Nathan Patterson, and Aaron Hickey had already left Scotland, and some players seemed to have recovered from serious injuries.

Cooper, though, feels that they must

“We have to drive that intensity and those standards from within because we are training at such a high level. I really think that in order to bring out the best in yourself, you have to develop your game, and we most definitely need to do that.

I believe you put yourself in greater danger if you start worrying about injuries and perhaps not participating in certain duels. There’s a thin boundary.

It’s been heartbreaking for the boys, so hopefully we don’t have any more of those unexpected accidents or lose any more players.

“Lyndon dropped by to say hello. Any one of us may have been the one. Put yourself in Lyndon’s position, and I find it hard to see how he



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