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RUFC - Bradley to have op next week

RUFC - Bradley to have op next week

Rotherham United midfielder, Mark Bradley was stretchered off on Tuesday night, suffering from a dislocated shoulder and there are fears that he could be out for some time.

Speaking to MillersPlayer, Manager, Andy Scott said, 'Mark saw a consultant yesterday and is going to have an operation on Tuesday.

'He's done a lot of damage to the shoulder so getting the operation done now is probably the most sensible thing to do. We are going to make sure he'll get the best treatment he can so we can get him back. It's a massive blow, not just for him, but for us as well. He's come through a lot of disappointment including a couple of injuries that have niggled him but he's worked hard. He got in the side and showed what he can do and he played ever so well on Tuesday night so getting injured is a big blow for him.

'We are looking at him being out for four months, so it's a long haul.'

All at Vital Rotherham wish Mark all the best for a speedy recovery.





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Date:Thursday October 6 2011
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