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Gibson Set For Surgery

Gibson Set For Surgery

Darron Gibson is set to undergo surgery on his injured knee.

Gibson was stretchered off during the first half of the Republic of Ireland's 3-1 win over Kazakhstan on Tuesday evening.

A subsequent scan showed he has damaged his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and the midfielder will require an operation.

The length of time the 25-year-old will be best determined once the surgery is completed.

However, the scans did confirm to Everton's medical team that no additional damage was sustained to the structure of the right knee, ensuring all treatment and rehabilitation will be focussed on repairing the damaged ACL.

Tom Grahamsad news - he cannot take a trick. In hindsight, he should have kept his international ban! Being so unlucky we might be better without him - joking off course!

Thursday 17th October 02:05 Report Comment

KevinJoseph CollinsonGet Well Soon Gibbo.... we are a better team with you in it.

Wednesday 16th October 18:21 Report Comment

Ross CrombieBest wishes to you Gibbo. Get fit soon!

Wednesday 16th October 17:11 Report Comment

barbara ellishope the surgery goes well Darron,all Evertonians wish you a speedy recovery.

Wednesday 16th October 17:06 Report Comment
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