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The manager of Nottingham Forest provides a somber injury update: “The player has specialists and surgeons to see.”

Lewis O’Brien of Nottingham Forest has received an injury update from Michael Carrick.

While representing Middlesbrough in the Championship match against Watford, O’Brien sustained an ankle injury. Carrick, who signed the 24-year-old midfielder on a season-long loan from Boro this summer, instantly acknowledged that he was “fearing the worst” for him.

To be honest, it doesn’t seem good, stated Carrick following the Watford game. “With Lewis, we anticipate the worst. We’ll have to wait for the results of the scans, but it might keep him from working for a while.

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“His ankle and the bottom of his shin bone took a hit. Hopefully, it won’t turn out to be as horrible as anticipated, but for now, things don’t seem promising.

It’s a major setback for O’Brien, who came to Boro determined to restart his career following a trying seven months. O’Brien’s January transfer from Forest to Blackburn Rovers fell through. He was then left out of the Reds’ Premier League lineup for the last few months of the season, leaving him in a precarious situation until he relocated to DC United to play football before going back to Forest in the summer.


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