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Something we all suspected really.Gasp!
Injury-cursed midfielder Lin Jong was present at the club on Thursday following time in hospital with appendicitis, an issue that was somewhat unique according to Beveridge.
"It's interesting (with) 'Jongy.' His symptoms with the appendix are a bit different because of the makeup of him internally, he's a little bit different to all of us," he said.
"It's pretty dangerous where you're having an appendix that's pretty nasty. He's had it taken out, he's on the recovery trail (and) was in at the club yesterday.
"He looked good within himself, hopefully it doesn't take him too long to get back to playing."
What the heck does Bevo mean by that???
Can't believe Morris is now 6-8 weeks away, what an absolute machine. Jong and Suckling news both really good to hear too, having Suckling return against Brisbane will be hugeThis guy is a ******* freak. Love the bloke
The Western Bulldogs are optimistic that veteran defender Dale Morris can make a return to football during the latter half of this AFL season, after ticking some early boxes during his recovery from an ACL injury.
After suffering a left knee ACL injury during pre-season training, Morris avoided surgery, instead taking a conservative approach to his rehabilitation.
Western Bulldogs Medical Services Manager Chris Bell said that Morris is making great progress in his recovery.
“Dale’s back running outside and completing an intensive block of strength training,” Bell said.
“We remain optimistic that he’s going to make a return in the second half of the season.”
Defender Matthew Suckling looks likely to face Brisbane at Mars Stadium next week, after making strong progress following a groin injury he sustained at training two weeks ago.
Meanwhile, Lin Jong has recovered well from surgery to repair a burst appendix.
“From last week, Lin Jong developed some abdominal pain on Tuesday. He was taken to hospital where they found a burst appendix,” Bell said.
“He did require some surgery, but the surgery went really well. He’s back at the Club this week and is in good spirits.
“He’s currently planning to resume some running on Thursday, and we’d expect that he’ll miss the next 2-3 weeks.”