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Scott Barrow is recovering well from his long-term injury and is expected to be back playing in November.

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And the Welshman is relishing the day he steps foot back onto the hallowed turf at the LNER Community Stadium as he puts his full efforts into a structured rehabilitation programme. He has been involved with the first team training every day despite being unable to participate and has taken another step towards a return this week, working with the first team physio on drills which include kicking a ball for the first time in two months.

The former Newport County man sustained his injury in the pre-season game against Middlesbrough, after a spell of good form in which saw victories over the Boro, Newcastle United and a draw against League One Sunderland. Since then, he has watched from the stands as the team lost their first three league games against Brackley, Gloucester and Kidderminster before picking up nine points out of a possible twelve in the following fixtures.

I had a pretty good pre-season with three assists against the top sides and my form was good. Pinging a diagonal ball across the field it felt like someone shot me. At years-old Barrow has a vast experience in the game having played in League Two for Newport as well turning out in the Conference for Tamworth, Macclesfield Town and Gateshead.

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And he hopes to use this experience to help the backroom staff and those filling in the left back position. I love to be involved still — it keeps me going mentally and I am enjoying that role.

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Steve Watson spoke to BBC Radio York on Thursday and revealed that Barrow will go for a scan on the 19th October which will hopefully give an update on his achilles tendon injury. We are looking at, at least six weeks to two months for both [Barrow and Newton] now. We had Jaden Charles in but that was only going to be for a month — he was a young lad and did nothing wrong — but the position we are in and where we want to go, we maybe need to look at someone with a bit more experience.

The only natural left sided defender Steve Watson has at his disposal to replace Barrow is year-old youth team captain Jonny Haase who earned his first pro contract this summer. Lewis Cunningham, ed from Doncaster Rovers, who is also comfortable on the left, is struggling with a hamstring injury.

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