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Way Injured For 'Forseeable Future'

Way Injured For 'Forseeable Future'

Swansea City midfielder Darren Way has suffered a further injury setback with the news that his on-going shin problem will keep him out of action for the 'forseeable future'.

The 27 year-old is currently having tests and examinations to detect what treatment is required and to discover the extent of his injury.

Physio Richard Evans said: ''Darren has been seeing bone specialists and consultants and he has had a series of bone scans and x-rays,''

''At the moment we are investigating what the problem is and what we can do to fix it.''


Jackett added: ''It is a big concern. He won't be fit for the foreseeable future and I'm really disappointed.''

Tommy Williams could join Way on the sidelines and could spend up to 6 weeks on the sidelines as the left back is set to find out this week whether he needs a hernia operation.

If he has an operation he could spend up to 6 weeks on the sidelines leaving Jackett with just Kevin Austin as the alternative left back option.


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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Tuesday November 7 2006
Time: 1:05PM

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hope it does not turn out to be too bad and that he is back soon..........
ernshaw
09/11/2006 17:05:00
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He's a bad injury for over a year now I think and it's a shame its not getting any better because on his day he's a superb player to have and a very annoying one to play against! Annoying to watch as well when he;'s in the opposition side! Hopefully his injuries will clear when he returns and he can get a good run in the team, probably won't happen until next season now though.
KevinE
09/11/2006 23:01:00
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