Date:Thursday April 20 2006
Hungarian defender Gabor Gyepes is back home following his extensive knee surgery, and has poken to the club's official site about his ordeal, which was much worse than previously started.
'I have never known pain like it,I knew straight away that the injury was a very serious one.
'But the surgeon who operated on me said that it was a success and if he's happy then I'm happy.' Gabor said.
'Until this happened, I was really enjoying myself at Wolves. Now I am in the capable hands of the physios here and know I will have to be patient.'
Initial reports said there had been a rupturing his crusiate ligaments, but that's only half the story.
He also dilocated his knee, as well as tearing the medial ligaments, shrediing those inside and outside the knee itself.
Gabor faces a long rehab, but will have all the assistance he needs from the clubs physio team, as well as the support of everyone at th e club.
Get well soon Gabor from all at Vital Wolves.
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