The Wests Tigers have just released this statement on their official web site regarding the knee injury Tim Moltzen suffered today:
Wests Tigers player Tim Moltzen has suffered an injury during training this morning, Thursday 5 December.
Moltzen injured his left knee during morning training, with the 25 year old transported to hospital via ambulance. The injury was to the same knee he damaged against the Brisbane Broncos in round seven of the 2013 season.
Wests Tigers Head Coach Mick Potter said that the injury occurred early in the session and that Moltzen was treated immediately.
“Tim went down during training, there was no real contact, and has injured his knee,” said Potter. “We had to call an ambulance to get him to hospital and are waiting for the diagnosis from the doctors before we comment any further on the severity of the injury.
“We don’t know the full extent of it, Tim was in a lot of pain and it’s a real blow for him,” he said. “He’s been looking really good in training.”
Wests Tigers would like to thank Members for the concern they’ve shown for Tim Moltzen at this time.
The Club will provide further updates as they come to hand.
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