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Curtis Strong's Hopes of Earning a Walsall Deal Are Ended by Injury

1:10 pm Thursday, 30 June 2016
Former Tamworth left-back Curtis Strong, who was due to join Walsall on a pre-season trial, has spoken via the Tamworth Herald and discussed his despair as injury could see him miss up to a year of action.
Former Tamworth left-back Curtis Strong, who was due to join Walsall on a pre-season trial, has spoken via the Tamworth Herald and discussed his despair as injury could see him miss up to a year of action.

The 20-year-old former Wales Under-19 international, who joined the Lambs from Stoke City last summer, picked up a knee ligament injury while training ahead of a stint with the Saddlers, and is set to have a scan in order to determine the extent of the damage.

Speaking via TamworthHerald.co.uk, Curtis discussed his anguish as a freak accident looks to have ended his 2016/17 campaign, he said; "I am gutted. I think it's worse that it happened while I was training, than if it had happened during a game. I was getting myself fit and up to speed for the start of the season when it happened.

"I was changing direction while running on a field. It had been raining and my foot slipped and got caught in the ground, my knee jarred and I felt a crack. I was in agony.

"I saw my old physio at Stoke City and two other physios I know and they have diagnosed anterior cruciate ligament damage. It will mean I will need an operation and that will keep me out of action for 12 months, if it proves to be the case. I need to have an MRI scan but I will have to prove three people wrong.

"As I say, I am gutted as I had been invited to train with Walsall with a view to earning a deal there. I will just have to get on with it now and come back stronger."

Visit TamworthHerald.co.uk for more of the interview where Curtis goes on to praise Tamworth manager Andy Morrell.

SOURCE | TAMWORTH HERALD


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