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[Albion] Solly March



drew

Drew
Oct 3, 2006
23,042
Burgess Hill
I might have missed it but has there been a diagnosis of Solly's injury and whether or not he's having surgery? All seems to have gone quiet!
 














pb21

Well-known member
Apr 23, 2010
6,281
Naylor writes today that March has already had meniscus surgery and will now have his ACL surgery.
Oof, that sounds even more nasty than feared. Fingers crossed he takes his time and makes a good recovery for having an important role next season.
 


Greg Bobkin

Silver Seagull
May 22, 2012
14,836
Naylor writes today that March has already had meniscus surgery and will now have his ACL surgery.
Poor guy. He'd really hit a purple patch and clearly loving life at the Albion and under RDZ. Gutted for him.
 








AZ Gull

@SeagullsAcademy Threads: @bhafcacademy
Oct 14, 2003
11,695
Chandler, AZ
Is it the same side as he did before or the other knee this time?
If same side will rehab be longer due to previous scar tissue?
He has done the ACL in both knees previously - his right knee against Derby in December 2015 and his left knee against Liverpool in February 2021.

I believe the injury this time was his right, wasn't it?
 










KZNSeagull

Well-known member
Nov 26, 2007
19,791
Wolsingham, County Durham
I hope this is a load of rubbish.


I would think that it is always a possibility that a career could be threatened by multiple major knee injuries. There is no way that anyone can know at the moment though as he has only just had an operation and hasn't started rehab. So file under "unsubstantiated bollocks"
 








Zeberdi

Brighton born & bred
NSC Patron
Oct 20, 2022
4,852
I would think that it is always a possibility that a career could be threatened by multiple major knee injuries. There is no way that anyone can know at the moment though as he has only just had an operation and hasn't started rehab. So file under "unsubstantiated bollocks"
Yes, quite but a meniscus injury is serious and knee injuries can be recurring because it effects the stability of the knee. March didn’t just rupture his ACLs again for which he required surgery but also damaged his meniscus again so needed two surgeries from the same incident. At Barca, surgery done on Fati’s meniscus knee injury wasn’t successful initially so multiple knee ops and subsequent knee injuries are potentially career threatening in the sense the rehab and reconditioning can be a long journey - which is more challenging for a developing player who hasn’t found his niche than someone like March imo.
https://en.as.com/en/2021/05/04/soccer/1620142392_788270.html
 






Commander

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Apr 28, 2004
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London




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