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Grandison Update

11 April 2016

Jermaine has injection on troublesome hip

Jermaine Grandison continues to be affected with an ongoing hip problem which has been keeping him out of full training recently.

He’s under the care of the Shrewsbury Town medical staff as they look at how to help him get over this and back to full fitness.

During last week he saw his consultant who advised that he should have an injection to help settle down the problem and hopefully help aid the recovery.

Town physio Chris Skitt and his team have been working with Jermaine to try and get to the bottom of the problems.

“Jermaine has had a hip problem for a while now which we have been managing to allow him to play games and training”, said Chris.

“We feel with more intervention we can have a better result in Jermaine training more.

“His consultant advised getting an injection which should aid recovery, it’s very similar to the procedure that James Wallace had a couple of weeks ago.

“Jermaine had this injection at the weekend and he will be back in with use tomorrow and hopefully back in training very shortly.

“If it is successful he should be back in full training within days and hopefully available for selection soon after that.”

There was some confusion over the weekend when Jermaine posted a picture of himself on instagram before having the injection. 

“Jermaine was scheduled for the consultation; the consultant was able to complete the injection immediately so took the decision to do so to ensure speedy return.”

 “When a player is injured the manager will ask ahead of game if he’s available for selection and if he’s not then he’s out of the managers plans.

“As always the gaffer will be updated about the situation in the Monday morning meeting with regards to Jermaine’s availability.

“As we look ahead to the weekend’s game the Gaffer is only interested in which players are available so they can train as we prepare the game plans and formations.”




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