On-loan Arsenal midfielder suffers knee ligament injury
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Jack Jebb is likely to be out for at least three weeks following surgery
Jack Jebb has suffered a medial collateral knee ligament injury.
The on-loan Arsenal midfielder had surgery last week and is likely to be out for ‘several weeks’.
Jebb, who came off the bench in the 2-0 defeat at Newport County last Saturday, picked up the injury last week in training. He is on loan at Stevenage until January 17.
Harry Worley is set to resume light training in a month.
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The centre-half has missed most of the season due to a cruciate ligament injury – he has not started a game since the defeat at Southend United on August 16 – but is back in the gym and working on improving the strength in his knee.
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