Some bad news being reported today that Rolando Aarons has damaged his hamstring yet again, and will not be available to Newcastle until next month at the earliest.
Rolando Aarons in action against Liverpool
The 18 year-old winger was one of the players who sustained injured last week in training, and he was not available for the game at West Brom on Sunday, and now the bad news is that he will be out for a number of weeks.
This is what the promising youngster has said on his Twitter account today:
“Everything happens for a reason. I’ll be back…again.”
Aarons has only recently had six weeks out with a hamstring injury, and the teenager had just returned for the game at Manchester City in the Capital One Cup, when he scored after just six minutes.
But it now looks like he could be out for another six weeks, and Newcastle medics will not rush him back, after what has happened.
Rolando either came back too early from the previous hamstring injury, or he has a weakness in the hamstring – or both.
But it is now very important that the hamstring be allowed to heal fully, which is why he may be out longer than expected.
That’s not good news, since the teenager is such a promising player for Newcastle.
Rolando has burst onto the scene this season starting with pre-season, and he has made five appearances for Newcastle and scored two goals.
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