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Stevenage defender out for rest of season

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Stevenage defender Harry Worley is set to miss the remainder of the season after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament during last weekend’s defeat to Southend.

Harry Worley picked up the injury last weekend against Southend

Harry Worley picked up the injury last weekend against Southend

The 25-year-old centre-back signed for the Hertfordshire club this summer, after being released by Newport County and played in three competitive games before picking up the injury.

Speaking to the club’s website, physio Paul Dando said: “Unfortunately I must begin on a sour note with the news that Harry sustained a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament at Southend last weekend.”

“This was confirmed following an MRI scan on Monday and is obviously a blow for both Harry and the squad. He was due to see the surgeon late last week and we are keen to get things moving with his surgery ASAP.

“These injuries are unpredictable and this is the second ACL we have suffered in the space of six months, having not seen any in the previous six seasons.”

The Hertfordshire club are already without Calvin Zola, Chris Beardsley, Dean Parrett, Ronnie Henry and also Connor Calcutt who picked up a knock during training.


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