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Josh Gatt looks to be out again
   March 27, 2014 (9:43 AM) by Howie Michaels     Email This Post Email This Post
 

The winger, nearly recovered from a torn ACL, is starting to look like the Stuart Holden of the North as he has apparently torn the same ACL. Googlely translated:

Joshua Gatt has most likely torn the same ligament that has put him out of action for the past eight months.
– I dare not affirm what has happened, but there is much to suggest that we get bad news here. And it is in the case tragic, simply. Now we are awaiting a conclusion from the specialist who operated Josh in the United States recently.

- Do you worry Gatt career can be ruined by this, that he is not going back to where he was?
– The need experts opinion on, I can not anticipate anything about the medical. But there are of course tough for Josh to start all over again, it is the most brutal right now. There is also a hard blow for the team, says Skullerud.

It seems like a lifetime ago that the winger was a rising contender for the World Cup (despite his frequent hamstring injuries). Now he looks to be out most of it not all of the Tippeligaen season.

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One Response to “Josh Gatt looks to be out again”

  1. Rey says:

    That friendly in Russia when he made his debut does feel like a distant memory. And the first time I saw one of his YouTube clips even more so.

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