Harrogate Town have received some good news as far as the injury sustained by Lloyd Kerry in Saturday’s loss at Woking is concerned.

The midfielder suffered damage to his right ankle following a strong challenge by Moussa Diarra and was substituted in the 66th minute.

A break or fracture was initially ruled out, though the severity of the damage to Kerry’s ligaments could not be determined until he underwent an MRI scan.

A grade three ligament tear would have left him requiring surgery and facing up to 12 weeks on the sidelines, though the results of his scan indicate that the injury is not as severe as first feared.

Read more: https://www.harrogateadvertiser.co.uk/sport/football/harrogate-town-midfielder-lloyd-kerry-s-injury-not-as-bad-as-first-feared-1-9931456

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