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Farrow May Need An Operation - Kirk

The Chelsea loanee suffered a dislocated shoulder in the Vixens’ goalless draw against Durham on Sunday.

Farrow sustained the same injury earlier on in the season and is still waiting to be assessed by a specialist from her parent club.

“It doesn't look great,” head coach Willie Kirk said.

"It took her six weeks to come back through rehab from a similar injury before but she may need an operation this time.

“She has proven to be a very important part of the team this season and will be a big loss regardless of if she’s out for the short, medium or long term.

"It is too early to know for sure until she has been fully assessed."

City return to Stoke Gifford Stadium on Saturday, July 23rd against London Bees in WSL2 (6pm).

Tickets for the match can be purchased here.

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