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RUFC - Brogan out till New Year?

RUFC - Brogan out till  New Year?

Rotherham United could be without Stephen Brogan until next year.

The midfielder, who was an influential player at the start of last season for the Millers, broke his leg in February against MK Dons. The player is recovering but probably not as quickly as at first thought he would.

Speaking to Radio Sheffield, manager, Mark Robins, said, 'There were complications because he had compartment syndrome which is potentially life threatening. I think we are probably looking at him coming back in the new year.'

At the forum on Wednesday evening, Robins told the people there that Brogan was working very hard and that he would be as strong as he was before the accident.



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Friday July 11 2008
Time: 3:22PM

Comments

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The very best of luck to him, puts other things into perspective doesn't it.
C T E
12/07/2008 11:37:00
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It does, CTE - this kid, and his Mum and Dad and sisters, are Rotherham through and through
herringthorpe
12/07/2008 13:50:00
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Summat to look forward to at last!!!
TheVillager
12/07/2008 18:57:00
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hopefully he will return and be fine...................
ernshaw
14/07/2008 12:37:00
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