Moss Setback

Last updated : 30 May 2008 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator
Cherries keeper, Neil Moss, is struggling to regain fitness having broken his scaphoid bone in his right wrist.

Moss is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "I had a scan on Monday and it's showing no signs of healing again. I'll see a specialist next week but it looks like I'm going through the same thing again, exactly the same as last time. Everything about the operation went fine and it is all in line, but the crack is not healing. Last time it didn't show any signs of healing so I think he'll put me back in plaster to see how it goes. "It's frustrating because I've been in plaster now for six weeks and had two operations and what they're saying is that the break is as bad as it was on the day I did it four months ago. It's been giving me a bit of pain, so I knew it wasn't fine. I'm waiting until next week and hoping that a miracle happens, but I'm preparing myself for the worst".