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4 December 2017 : Browne Suffers Injury Blow After Sprained Ankle
Yeovil Town have suffered an injury blow, with the news that winger Rhys Browne will be missing until the New Year. The former Grimsby Town player has missed the last three matches due to an ankle injury that was picked up during the latter stages of the 1-1 draw against Notts County last month.

The club have now indicated that the 22 year old will be out for "four to six weeks" and will miss "at least a month", meaning that he will be absent throughout a December period that sees the club play eight matches throughout the calendar month. He has been diagnosed with a sprained ankle and so is not expected to play until January.

Link: Rhys Browne : Yeovil Town Statistics.

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