Oisin McEntee Undergoes Operation on Injured Shoulder Oisin McEntee Undergoes Operation on Injured Shoulder
Oisin McEntee Undergoes Operation on Injured Shoulder

Oisin McEntee Undergoes Operation on Injured Shoulder

The recent arrival has confirmed his injury status.
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Walsall defender Oisin McEntee has taken to social media to offer an update on his current injury status.

21-year-old McEntee, who agreed to join the Saddlers after being named among a group of players released by Eddie Howe's Newcastle United, suffered a dislocated shoulder during the Republic of Ireland Under-21s recent 3-0 win over Bosnia and Herzegovina U21s.

Ultimately replaced by Crystal Palace defender Jake O'Brien, Oisin is likely to miss the whole of the Saddlers' shortened pre-season campaign, with the former Magpie battling to be fit for the start of the season.

Speaking via his official Instagram page, the right-sided defender, who is one of eleven players to arrive at Poundland Bescot Stadium since the 2021/22 campaign came to an end, confirmed he has undergone successful surgery as he takes his first steps on the road to recovery.
 
"Operation was a success, thanks for all the messages! [the] road to recovery starts now."
- Oisin McEntee
 
There is currently no timeline for Oisin's return, but he is likely to miss a good portion of the opening few months of the season as he adds to the already well-stocked injury list in WS1, with the likes of Joss Labadie, Rory Holden, and Conor Wilkinson already keeping the medical department busy.
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