Perth soccer team crippled by injuries in late match
AUSTRALIAN footballer Luke Beveridge has suffered a career-ending foot injury after his goal fell through his boot during a club clash in Perth.
After tak더킹카지노ing an inadvertent swipe with his foot and stepping on it to force an offside call from referee Chris Foden, Beveridge fell back off the pitch and was able to pick up his boot before he fell down and into the turf.
Beveridge left the ground under his own power but was taken to the ground to receive treatment.
media_camera Brisbane Roar’s Ben Ainsworth gets help at training. Picture: Mark Evans
He suffered extensive ankle and hip injuries to his right foot and was unable to play for the Roar while he received further treatment.
“I have broken my foot, my right ankle, my hamstring, my foot, I have done some surgery in the past and it’s probably going to take a couple of months to get the pieces of it all lined up right so that I can get back into a physical form,” Beveridge told Australian Rugby League Network.
The Roar’s captain, Brendon Santalab, had to endure some treatment and was placed on the sidelines after he dislocated his foot against Sydney last weekend.
“I’m obviously quite gutted. I have never broken my foot so I’ve just never thought anything of it, I don’t think I’ve ever done anything so it’s just devastating,” he said.
“I think I should have worn the boot and went out for a few minutes, or come back and played.
media_camera Brendon Santalab suffered some ankle and hip pain after his action against Sydney and was taken 바카라off the field. Picture: Andrew Dempster
“Obviously you want to be available if you can and unfortunately I’m going to be going through the long term side effect of what I think should’ve happened.
“It’s going to be a while yet before I can play.”
Beveridge’s agent, Craig Smith, said Beveridge would need to spend time in the physio and in a rehajarvees.combilitation unit and then move through the rest of the summer.
“Hopefully it’s good enough to do some rest for the first half of the season and then get back into the first team at some stage,” Smith said.
media_camera The pain and discomfort is noticeable at training. Picture: Mark Evans
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