Sunday, 18 January 2015

Lee Camp will have enjoyed the clean sheet at Rotherham

It was a bit of a surprise to hear that Artur Boruc would not be starting in the match against Rotherham. An injured neck has forced him out of training in the week and Lee Camp already had his chance to play at the New York stadium for the second time this year. While it may have come as shock to fans, Lee Camp is the kind of  professional that will have been ready to go and he did not disappoint.
Is Lee Camp about to keep goal again against Leeds Utd on Tuesday? 

The only worry was that he had a tight calf muscle in the second half and he could be a doubt for the Leeds match if he is not 100 per cent. Knowing Lee though, he would be very keen to play in the Leeds match. He will want to show that he is capable of helping the team and the timing of his return to the side is perfect for that.

To get a clean sheet was in part down to Rotherham's poor shooting as they only managed two shots on target, despite being in some great positions to score. On another day, Lee might have had to do more but a clean sheet is exactly that and he will be confident of doing the same against Leeds if he gets the opportunity. If he and Artur are both out for the game against Leeds it would be a problem, although Darryl Flahavan would already be reminiscing of his penalty save last season at Elland Road if called upon. It is a great thing about this squad that they are there for each other and in times of need they are all pulling out performances because they have a common goal.

Hopefully, we will get news on Artur Boruc and Lee Camp and hope that they are both fit and can travel to Leeds Utd. Ryan Allsop could otherwise find himself back at AFCB having played for Coventry City on Saturday.

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