Pretty much every player coming back from a serious injury suffers niggles after it, regardless of age.
Sometimes think if you had your way we'd have a policy too sell everyone over 25 and have a bunch of naive kids running around the park. 30's not old in this day and age.
No I just want us to avoid the mistakes of the past, which left us in situations like Jags, Distin, Howard, Baines, even Williams....relying on players not to drop off a physical ledge in the most physically demanding league in the world.
Iím not saying get him out the side immediately, im saying try and replace him, make some moves on players and start seeing if we can bring someone in who would be a good replacement if they make a case for it on the pitch.
Why must we leave everything until itís desperate? Especially in positions weíve relied on for 10 years?
When did we last sign a decent right back to give him competition? Is that normal? Is that sensible? Itís absolutely fine to suddenly have to rely on an inexperienced U23 player we promote, or shuttle some shite like Martina into the gap like we had to do last year?
Honestly if you think no itís OK Coleman will (probably) be fine, then you are taking a gamble you donít need to take with the future of the side.