Date: 30th October 2015 at 6:26pm
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Port Vale, and of course Enoch Andoh himself, has suffered a serious injury that could see him miss the remainder of the season.

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Rob Page confirmed this Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury to the Official Website this week.

Andoh, who had been linked with surprise move to Spurs with a January exit previously ‘expected’, looks set to miss the remainder of the season following an ACL injury at Colchester last week.

The Ghanaian international was forced off by a knee injury in the two-one defeat at the Weston Homes Community Stadium against Colchester with the 22-year-old, who has been in impressive form this season to gain attention from club higher up the English football pyramid, unlikely to play again this season.

Page said.

‘As it stands at the minute, it’s his ACL so ordinarily that’s an end of the season.

‘It’s not great news for him but he’s having a second opinion again. We’ve had a couple of scans, both have come back and said the same.

‘It’s more for peace of mind for the player that we have the second one so it’s not great news for him because he was just finding that bit of form as well. But I’m sure the fans will join me in wishing him a speedy recovery now and we’ll do our very best to get him back to full fitness.’

A definite blow for Port Vale as the Valiants will miss the Andoh’s ability until, assuming he stays beyond that point, next season as things stand, which will mean he’ll not make the January exit the chairman had foreseen!


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