Supporters on Twitter are split following the latest injury update from ExWHUemployee, in which he revealed Felipe Anderson could be out until next month.
Some positive news for you: Antonio should be back for Wednesday, Fredericks is well ahead of schedule and could be back much sooner than expected and Fabianski is recovering well. Randolph felt no problems after the game too. Negative: Anderson could be out until February ⚒
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) January 19, 2020
The insider also stated that Michail Antonio could return at the King Power Stadium, Ryan Fredericks is doing well with his injury recovery, as is Lukasz Fabianski, and Darren Randolph felt no problems after the match last Saturday.
But some fans focussed on the Anderson news and their opinions on how much his injury, sustained in the closing stages at Sheffield United, would affect the team, with one claiming that we would miss him more than we think and another that the 26-year-old has been missing all season.
The versatile attacker has certainly struggled to live up to his first campaign in Claret & Blue in 2019/2020 thus far, evident in the seven fewer Premier League goals he has in comparison to this time last term.
We are going to miss Anderson more than we think
— Will Bellew ⚒️ (@W_Bellew) January 19, 2020
Tbf Anderson isn’t a big loss 👍👍
— Graeme (@IvattGraeme) January 19, 2020
Andersons been out all season, snodgrass offere more
— Callum Harvey (@CallumH53134572) January 19, 2020
That’s not a negative, we play better without Anderson in my opinion
— Josh Trownson (@josh_trownson) January 19, 2020
I’m not Anderson’s biggest fan, but looked better under Moyes. Will be missed
— Chris (@west_ham_mad1) January 19, 2020
Anderson albeit not ‘at it’ in many games this season is a big loss partic with this deluge of games imminent..honestly can’t see us avoiding the drop this season
— ronan fagan (@rinanfafan) January 19, 2020