NO OFFENCE to Ian Liversedge – but Danny Cadamarteri doesn’t want to see as much of Town’s new physio as his predecessor Lee Martin.
Injuries, first to a hamstring and then his right knee limited the 28-year-old striker to just 14 appearances, three of them from the bench, last season.
The second problem, which put an end to Cadamarteri’s first-team campaign in December, necessitated lengthy spell’s in Martin’s company.
“Lee was great, first in exploring different ways of treating the injury, then in working on my rehabilitation, sometimes on a one-to-one basis,” said the much-travelled player.
“Ian has taken over my care, but so far I’ve only chatted with him rather than had treatment – and I’d like it to stay that way!”
Liversedge, who worked with Town manager Stan Ternent at Burnley and is nicknamed ‘Sos’, moved to the Galpharm after four years with Accrington Stanley.
Hugely experienced, he started out at Newcastle in the early Eighties and has also had spells at Oldham, Stoke and Manchester United – and with Northern Ireland.