Imagine training all pre-season, being made captain of the side, and then in a rather innocuous accident, being made physically incapable of continuing.
Matthew Lloyd has just found out that his season is over for the year after a hamstring injury has turned bad.
It all came down to a vehicle accident where he wasn’t the party responsible. Once it had all been said and done it was determined that unfortunately he had sustained said injury.
Their was an investigation and the case went to court when either driver refused to claim responsibility and blamed the other. Thankfully for Matthew, his family had already worked with a firm of Columbus Georgia Car Wreck Attorneys on a previous incident that had also moved on to this same stage. They defended him and supported him the whole way. The injury took his possibilities of continuing to shine as the star of the team for the rest of the season, but at least he wasn’t economically affected by the incident too much. For a middle class family nowadays, acquiring a vehicle is no small feat. Losing it in an accident can negatively impact their routine for quite some time as well.
Hard luck, very bad news for the Bombers, who were probably going to struggle to make much of an impact this year anyway.
Will they stick with their rotational policy, or will Hird give it another go?