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Sport Brewster to be promoted to first team after injury return

17:57  14 march  2018
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Calderon promoted to Sauber F1 test driver

  Calderon promoted to Sauber F1 test driver Sauber Formula 1 team has promoted GP3 racer Tatiana Calderon to the position of its official test driver. The 24-year-old served as Sauber’s ‘development driver’ during 2017 alongside her second GP3 campaign. This year will see Calderon in an expanded role, dovetailed with her third season in GP3, this year with Jenzer Motorsport. “This collaboration will build upon the experience that I have gained as development driver with the team over the past year,” she said. “I have been able to substantially expand and develop my skills as a race driver and I am convinced that I will be doing so throughout this year.” Antonio Giovinazzi is the team’s reserve driver and will participate in six FP1 sessions with the team this year. While this may mean Calderon will miss out on making her grand prix weekend debut, she is scheduled to drive an old-spec Sauber F1 car at some point during the year. Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur says he was impressed with her progress over 2017, which warranted an extension of their partnership. “Tatiana is a very hard-working person, who has impressed the team with her focus and dedication,” Vasseur said. “She has made good progress as a driver, developing both her mental and physical capacities continuously over the past few years.” Calderon has scored points on four occasions in GP3 and earned a podium in her one-off outing in the now-defunct World Series V8 3.5 Championship in Bahrain last year.

Liverpool teenager Rhian Brewster will be promoted to the senior squad upon his return to fitness at the start of next season. Brewster ’s recovery is being overseen at the first team HQ at Melwood rather than the Kirkby Academy, a symbolic gesture to recognise more senior status.

Liverpool winger Sadio Mane has returned to first - team training at Melwood, after missing the last five games with a troubling hamstring injury . More from This Is Anfield. Rhian Brewster injury layoff extended after undergoing second operation.

It has been reported in The Telegraph that Liverpool’s young English attacker, Rhian Brewster, will be promoted to the first team when he returns from injury.

Brewster is now recovering from an ankle ligament injury, for which he needed two operations, and will return to action for Liverpool FC at the start of next season.

Jurgen Klopp is said to rate the 17-year-old so highly, that he wishes him to be part of the senior squad at Liverpool, competing against the attackers of Sadio Mané, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino for a place on the pitch.

Brewster was a crucial part of the England U17 squad who won the World Cup in the summer.

Rhian Brewster undergoes second operation and won't feature again this season

  Rhian Brewster undergoes second operation and won't feature again this season Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster will not feature again this season after he had a second operation on his injured ankle, as reported by the Liverpool Echo. The 17-year-old was only expected to be out for four months after going under the knife after injuring the ligaments in his ankle in January, when he landed awkwardly when jumping for a header playing for Liverpool U23s. However, the teenager has he’s suffered a set-back which means he know won’t play again this year. Brewster also injured his knee when he injured his ankle and he now needs an operation to repair his damaged meniscus, which means he will not be back in action until July at the earliest. The news will come as a blow to Liverpool youth team managers Neil Critchley and Steven Gerrard, both of whom would have liked to have Brewster available for their teams for the end of season run ins. However, the plan is for the teenager to get the knee issue sorted so he can be back fit for pre-season training this summer.

Tottenham says Harry Kane should be back in training next month after injuring his right ankle, easing concerns about the striker's fitness for England at the World Cup. Rhian Brewster to be promoted to Liverpool first - team upon return from injury .

In 1993, Brewster returned to Dundee United, signing for the Tannadice club for a fee of £250,000. After six months out of work, Brewster was appointed first team coach of Crawley Town by manager Steve Evans in June 2011.[17] ^ Brewster injury shocker for Dons, BBC Sport, 13 January 2007.

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Klopp has shown that he sees Brewster as more of a senior player by making sure that his recovery from his ankle ligament injury is overseen at the First Team HQ at Melwood, rather than the Kirkby Academy for the young team players’ injuries.

He is set to be fully fit by July, by which time he will be training with the senior squad and most likely competing with fellow young English striker, Dominic Solanke for a spot in the squad.

Brewster will also be able to sign a long-term contract at Anfield soon as he turns 18 early in April, and so will be allowed to sign more than three year contracts.

So the future is looking very bright for Brewster, as he looks to be promoted to the senior squad as he advances even further through the Liverpool academy, and he looks to be rewarded for his performances heavily by Klopp.

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Spurs players met with Kawhi Leonard to ask about return, report says .
The meeting was described as "tense and emotional" as players vented their grievances about Leonard's absence.Leonard, who has missed the majority of the season with a quad injury, has been asked by the team to get back in the lineup and help San Antonio push for a playoff spot.

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