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DRFC Injury curse strikes former defender again

Former Doncaster Rovers defender Sean McDaid is once again facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after needing surgery on his knee.

The 24 year old is set to miss the rest of the season after needing surgery on his right knee after suffering the injury in last weekends defeat at Exeter City.

McDaid joined Carlisle in the summer in a one-year deal after being released by Rovers after eighteen months on the sidelines through injury at the Keepmoat.

The former Leeds United youngster suffered a dislocated knee in training that required surgery at Doncaster in April 2008 and his only appearance for the club between then and the end of the 2009/10 season was against Middlesbrough.

The deal when he joined Carlisle was to include an extra year`s contract should he play 30 games for the Cumbrian club.

The left back had been an ever present in the Carlisle side this season, making fourteen appearances before his injury curse struck again.


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Writer: DonnyEd Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday October 22 2010

Time: 8:39PM

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I really feel for him, a great player but it looks like he's destined to spend his career on the sidelines. I wonder if its the same knee that he damaged at Rovers. It looks like he's going to be without a club in the summer.
1879Rovers
I honestly believe that McDaid could have played at a high level. He looked the business at 20/21 at Rovers and injuries have ruined his career so far. The big problem he is going to find is nobody will be willing to take a chance on his fitness and offer him a contract.
DonnyEd
 

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