Scott Arnold fears his non-league career could be over as he sweats on the extent of a serious knee injury, The Bournemouth Echo report.

The Wimborne Town skipper was forced off just nine minutes into the 2-1 home win over Tiverton Town on Saturday.

Arnold felt his knee buckle after a collision with fellow defender Matt Oldring during the Southern League South fixture. And the Magpies stalwart is set to find out his fate later this week.

The 33-year-old, who has played more than 550 games for the club, told the Daily Echo: “They think it’s either knee cartilage or the cruciate ligament – I’m hoping it’s not the latter.

“It has been a bit frustrating on a personal note this season. I was itching to try to do myself justice and nine minutes into the game, that happened.”

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