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Thompson avoids knee reconstruction

  • Thompson avoids knee reconstruction

Melbourne Victory stalwart Archie Thompson doesn't need a knee reconstruction.

Thompson has avoided potential career-ending surgery with scans revealing a damaged medial ligament in his knee, rather than a worst-case anterior cruciate ligament tear.

The veteran striker is likely to be sidelined for between eight and 12 weeks as he recovers from the injury, sustained in the Victory's 3-1 win against Adelaide United in an FFA Cup quarter-final on Tuesday night.

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