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Poor kid, gutted for him and the club.

 

And as a member of the 'donstalk cruciate club' (DCC club) I know only too well what he's about to go through. The actual surgical procedure may now be different compared to the way they did it back in my day, but the tortuous months of rehabilitation will no doubt be the same.

 

Let's hope he makes a 100% recovery.

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I read yesterday that he was only going to be oot for a couple of weeks?!  :

 

FFS sake Alloa. I hope the club are looking at legal action and I hope Milne or whoever puts their hands in their pocket to get Fraser the best treatment possible.

 

Agree with whoever said it takes the edge off a fantastic start to the season.

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I read yesterday that he was only going to be oot for a couple of weeks?!  :

 

FFS sake Alloa. I hope the club are looking at legal action and I hope Milne or whoever puts their hands in their pocket to get Fraser the best treatment possible.

 

Agree with whoever said it takes the edge off a fantastic start to the season.

 

I would think so, we could make a fair bit of cash off him in 2-4 years.

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Not exactly an AFC policy to speculate to accumulate, especially in this climate though is it? :( They really do need to make sure he gets the best treatment possible.

 

 

Correct. This is my fear. This is the last place the club should scrimp. Bloody students should pay full price.  ;)

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Wherever the best specialist is, that's where he needs to go. The lad deserves the best support the club can give, and I suspect even the most expensive treatment centre would be cheaper than trying to buy a player that good/with that much potential.

 

Get well soon, loon. If you need a replacement ligament you can have one of mine, hardly been used!

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Poor kid, gutted for him and the club.

 

And as a member of the 'donstalk cruciate club' (DCC club) I know only too well what he's about to go through. The actual surgical procedure may now be different compared to the way they did it back in my day, but the tortuous months of rehabilitation will no doubt be the same.

 

Let's hope he makes a 100% recovery.

 

Amen brother!

 

Get him to Steadman in Colorado, he's the "go to" guy for this shit.

 

All the best wee man, you'll be spot on in 9 months at the most!

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