Tero Injuries Worse than Expected
Photo by Dave PayneWed 15 May 2013
The news from Tero Aarnio, who is back in Finland convalescencing, is not as good as expected
He has been to see the Doctors back in Finland and discovered that he actually has 4 broken bones in his foot, not just the one as previously diagnosed in West Cumberland Hospital.
Comets manager Tony Jackson said: “Initial x-rays showed that he had suffered a broken bone in his right foot and was likely to be ruled out for around two weeks, which was not too bad as we had a break in our fixtures. However, further examinations carried out on his return to Finland have found four broken bones and he now has his right foot in plaster.
“This is expected to keep him out of action until the first week in June, however only when the plaster comes off will we have an accurate assessment of how long he will be out. Meanwhile reserve Chris Mills is continuing to recover from his broken left wrist and we are hopeful that he will be fit to return within the next week or so. After a busy April we now have a quiet month before things start to get busy again in June, so hopefully by then we will be over our current injury situation.”
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Last Updated : Wed 15 May 2013, 10:30 UK