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Next time it rains Kevin - it'll spring back
Once it's greened up , you'll be able to see what else needs done. It'll probably need a bit of weed and feed to get it looking well and if it's compacted it might need spiked to help the drainage. If it's a bit bare you might need a bit of seed put down. Lots of people here will be able to help you out anyway as time goes on.
I agree with Fairygirl - it's looking awful because the base of the grass has been hidden from sunlight etc - now it's in the sun it'll start to grow and photosynthesise and produce chlorophyll and turn green.
Rain, sunshine and regular mowing, at least once a week, will encourage it to green up and thicken out and it'll soon be fine.
As Fairy suggests, a packet of Weed & Feed applied as instructions on the pack will also perk it up no end.
Its nothing to worry about if all else fails dig it up and you will have a space for plants which in my opinion is far better giving you endless possibilities good luck