Davis receives positive news after MRI scan
Crewe Alexandra has received some encouraging news in relation to Harry Davis’ knee injury. The defender has been ruled out for the remainder of the season after suffering the injury in a training session last week, but he has received positive news following an MRI scan.
Davis has dislocated his kneecap and suffered slight ligament damage but he has avoided any cartilage or cruciate damage. That is good news in regards to his rehabilitation and the defender can now focus on getting fit enough to participate in pre-season training in June/July.
Steve Davis told the club’s official web-site: “It is good news in regards to Harry’s injury. He has had an X-ray and an MRI scan and it is much better news than we first feared. He has dislocated his kneecap but there is no cruciate damage or damage to the tendons which is positive news.
“He may have a little bit of ligament damage that may need an operation to tighten that, but he will visit a specialist today and take it from there.
“It is good news because instead of it being six or more months, he can focus on being fit for pre-season and is a positive. “