Could be back for the city game. He is ahead of schedule https://t.co/Do6D2Dpurg
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) February 11, 2020
As one supporter pointed out that Felipe may be ahead of schedule, according to one insider, but he was originally not supposed to be out for long and that was over a month ago now!
Some fans celebrated the news, but others were sceptical, worrying that the club might be rushing him back as one questioned whether his return really mattered.
Based on the fact that he’s only managed a measly six goal contributions in all competitions this season and failed to reach the heights of the player he was in his first campaign, it’s easy to understand that sentiment.
— George (@georgemoss77) February 11, 2020
— Will Donaldson (@willfdon) February 11, 2020
On a % of 1-100 how much does “Ahead of schedule” mean “Rushed back”
— Dan. (@dthomson123) February 11, 2020
Fredricks was also ahead of schedule. Which leads me to wonder if the schedule is based on Andy Carrol 🤔
— 🌙✨ɱąɠʐ ⚒ (@magzazine) February 12, 2020
Ahead of schedule he’s initial injury was only suppose to be a couple of weeks 🙈
— Rob Bryan (@RobBryan1987) February 11, 2020
Does it matter??
— TERRY GILL (@GILLER07) February 11, 2020
He only fell on hes bum ! Ive had worse shaving lol
— WHUFC COYI !!! 🏴🇬🇧🇺🇸 (@West_Ham_Wayne) February 11, 2020
No need to rush him back
— Andrew 🏴🇨🇦 #COYI⚒️ WPG🏒✈️ (@IIISneakyIII) February 11, 2020