Injury worries for title rivals

AHEAD of their crunch CCL Premier Division clash at Footes Lane tomorrow, both Guernsey FC and South Park could be without their star names.

Glad to be home: Injured GFC midfield star Ryan-Zico Black manages to raise a smile through the discomfort after flying back to the island yesterday evening having earlier been discharged from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich where he had been since breaking his right leg in two places five days earlier. (Picture by Steve Sarre, 1285549)
Glad to be home: Injured GFC midfield star Ryan-Zico Black manages to raise a smile through the discomfort after flying back to the island yesterday evening having earlier been discharged from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich where he had been since breaking his right leg in two places five days earlier. (Picture by Steve Sarre, 1285549)

AHEAD of their crunch CCL Premier Division clash at Footes Lane tomorrow, both Guernsey FC and South Park could be without their star names.

While GFC know they will be missing Ryan-Zico Black after his broken leg last weekend – and also his midfield partner Angus Mackay due to a knee injury – their opponents are anxious about the fitness of Kieran Lavery.

After scoring 11 goals this season and being the star of their superb FA Cup run, Lavery is now touch-and-go for the meeting between the two sides, who have dropped just 18 league points between them.

‘Kieran was carried off after a heavy challenge against Cove last weekend and we initially thought he may have suffered a broken leg,’ said South Park manager Joe McElligott.

‘But after the swelling dropped and it was X-rayed, it turned out to be just soft tissue damage and he is on the mend, but it is very touch-and-go for Saturday.

Comments for: "Injury worries for title rivals"

glad

I'm so glad the press prints the opposition squad in the paper haha! Where would i be without that!

Johno

glad

Absolutely no different to details given on the opposition, in any Premier league program.

Keep on with the coverage GEP doing a great job covering GFC.