In Thursday’s EFL Championship contest against Nottingham Forest, Huddersfield Town star Danny Ward went out after 15 minutes due to breathing difficulties. There was no reported incident or collision before Ward came off the pitch in his team’s 1-0 win.
Ward, the Huddersfield Town top-scorer with 7 goals, is questionable for his side’s Sunday match against Blackburn Rovers.
Danny Ward, a professional football player and striker for Huddersfield Town, which plays in England's second division, left the pitch in Thursday's game against Nottingham Forest after just 15 minutes because was "having some problems breathing." https://t.co/cGnQAfJbaz
— Raul Vasquez (@akaRaulVasquez) December 31, 2021
Danny Ward coming off by the looks of things
— Terrier24 (@VitalHtafc) December 30, 2021
Sounds like the latest in a ever growing line of totally innocent and ‘isolated incidents’……. That seem to be happening more and more and more
— Stu (@stuwall79) December 30, 2021
Danny Ward of Huddersfield has to leave the field with breathing difficulties. Another one.
Anyone ever gonna investigate wtf is going on here? #efl
— Old Redeyes Is Back (@IsRedeyes) December 30, 2021
Carlos Corberan will need to wait and see whether Danny Ward will be fit for Sunday’s trip to Blackburn Rovers after he went off early on in the 0-1 win away to Nottingham Forest.
The striker had been in excellent form for Huddersfield Town going into the game at the City Ground, scoring in all of Town’s last three games as well as claiming an assist, but had to be replaced by Jordan Rhodes after just 15 minutes.
Corberan revealed after the game that Ward had made the bench aware that he was having ‘some problems breathing’.
The head coach added: “He didn’t feel well and he was very honest to offer the change and leave a space for a teammate who was in a better condition to play.
“I don’t know yet [if he will be able to play at the weekend] but he was feeling [too] unwell to continue playing.”