TORUN BOSS: NO WORRIES OVER JACK
Torun boss Jacek Fratczak says Jack Holder didn’t suffer serious damage to his foot in a fall on Saturday.
24 / 03 / 2019, 12:49
Torun boss Jacek Fratczak says Jack Holder didn’t suffer serious damage to his foot in a fall which forced him out of his side’s challenge match at home to Rybnik on Saturday.
Holder was involved in a three-man pile-up with Rybnik duo Kacper Woryna and Sergey Logachev in heat 10 of Torun’s 53-37 victory.
The Aussie and Logachev took no further part in the meeting and Holder returned to his base in Britain to recover.
Fratczak played down the crash and is confident Holder will be back in action against Lodz this Thursday.
He told Przeglad Sportowy: “Fortunately, the injury is not serious and the rider has returned on his own to Great Britain.
“Now the most important thing is to care for the leg. Everything stays on schedule and Jack and the whole team will appear this Thursday against Lodz. This will be one of the last tests before the first match in the league.”