Yeovil Town midfielder Wes Fogden will play no further part in the 2015-16 season. The former AFC Bournemouth player, who was signed by the club on a two year contract from Portsmouth last summer, has played 18 times for the club, scoring two goals but has not featured since the December 12th match against Barnet.
He had been theoretically available for a couple of games in January, sitting on the substitutes bench for one match during that time, but disappeared out of the squad entirely after that. Manager Darren Way has confirmed tonight that he is out with a 'serious' knee injury and according to BBC Somerset will not play any further part this season.
The Glovers have two other long term injury victims on their books currently, with Jordan Gibbons not having been seen on the pitch since September 19th. He dropped out of the squad at the end of September, needing an operation for a hip injury and there has been no sign of him coming back into contention at any time. Also defender Omar Sowunmi was last seen during the November 14th home match against Stevenage where he suffered an ankle injury. He has also had an operation, and at the time of his second injury was described as being out for five months - there's been no update since then as to where things stand now.
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