WARREN Feeney will play again before the end of the season after an ankle injury suffered against Morecambe last weekend turned out not to be as serious as first feared.The Northern Irishman limped out of Argyle manager John Sheridan’s first match in charge after just six minutes, having received lengthy treatment on the pitch.
But John, who was disappointed to lose Feeney so early on in his tenure, felt more for the player than his lose to the side.
“It’s a big blow for Warren, more than anyone,” said John.
“He’s a good bubbly character, someone you want in and around the place, and it’s a real shame.
“Even at his age, he wants to try and impress a new manager and it’s a big blow that he had to go off so early.
“And it’s a shame for Warren because I know that he really wants to help us get away from the bottom of the table.
“The only good thing is that his injury is not as serious as we first thought, so that’s a plus and hopefully he’ll be back before the end of the season.”