Perth Glory is pleased to confirm that Scott Jamieson’s rehabilitation and recovery work from his 2013/14 season ending Achilles injury in November last year is progressing well as he looks towards the commencement of pre-season training in mid-June ahead of the 2014/15 Hyundai A-League season which kicks off in October.
Perth Glory is pleased to confirm that Scott Jamieson-s rehabilitation and recovery work from his 2013/14 season ending Achilles injury, suffered in November of last year, is progressing well as he looks towards the commencement of pre-season training in mid-June, ahead of the 2014/15 Hyundai A-League season kick off in October.
Jamieson who has been completing his rehabilitation work under the watchful eyes of the Club-s Medical Department, headed by Chris Hutchinson, and with the Perth Glory National Premier League squad, is making good progress and remains in a positive frame of mind.
“The achilles and my body are feeling really good now. To be able to continue my rehabilitation and recovery work during the off-season and alongside the NPL squad has been really beneficial for me.” Scott Jamieson said
“Being out for so long and seeing the effort and work rate of the NPL players has made me refocus and appreciate what it is to be a professional footballer.”
Scott added. “I-m really looking forward to gradually getting involved once the team return for pre-season training and the preparations for the 2014/15 Hyundai A-League season begin.”
In other injury news, young fullback, Matt Davies, will be out of action for at least 3 months after sustaining a posterior cruciate ligament tear to his knee after a heavy tackle in the NPLWA game against Bayswater City last month. After consulting with the Club-s specialists, Davies will not require surgery but will undergo an extensive rehabilitation program which should see him back in action for the start of the 2014/15 Hyundai A-League season.
In addition, midfielder Cameron Edwards, who suffered lateral collateral ligament damage in the NPLWA game against Cockburn City in mid-April, is likely to be out for another 8 weeks as he undertakes his recovery work that will see him back in action in early August.