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Injury woes continue for O`Hara

Injury woes continue for O`Hara

Jamie O`Hara has hardly featured for Wolves during pre-season.

But the reason is not because he's pushing for a move away from Molineux or that other clubs have turned his head, like other members of our squad, it's because he is continuing to struggle with injury.

The midfielder has had two hernia operations since December and continues to have injections in his hip to try and aid his recovery, but so far without success.

"O`Hara is having treatment led by our medical team as well as going to see specialists," Wolves gaffer Ståle Solbakken told the Express & Star.

So how long is he likely to be out of action for?

He added: "It`s a question as to whether it will be one week or much longer - I don`t think anyone really knows.

"He`s had an injection in his hip which had been causing problems after his hernia injury."

Vital Wolves Comment: Good luck to Jamie, we really need him to make a swift recovery.

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Writer:Akela
Date:Wednesday August 15 2012
Time: 1:00PM

Comments

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Pretty sure that had he been fit that he would also have been seeking a move. Wait and see in January.
Rustmonkey
15/08/2012 12:13:00
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I wish him all the best - elsewhere.
lovesW
15/08/2012 13:50:00
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He is one I could not care less about if they sold him. He is clearly injury prone, I think the nasty incident when the fans harrased him outside the ground when we had lost has had a big impact. Funny how him, Fletcher and Jarvis are all injured
New York City Wolf
16/08/2012 02:54:00
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Woe for OHara, but great news for us, he should be sold at dawn. Useless slow has been, collecting his pay cheque.
AdMant
19/08/2012 16:59:00
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