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Al-Hamadi Undergoes Op
Tuesday, 14th May 2024 19:54

Blues striker Ali Al-Hamadi successfully underwent surgery on his adductor injury earlier today.

TWTD reported that the 22-year-old would under go the operation once he had returned from his post-season break in Dubai.

Now the former AFC Wimbledon man has returned, Iraq Football reports that he has had the surgery and will be ready to return in five weeks’ time.

The injury had hampered Al-Hamadi, who joined the Blues from the Wombles in January, throughout his time with Town and led to him asking to be left out of the Iraq squad for their March internationals.

Speaking at that time, manager Kieran McKenna said: “From a physical point of view he’s doing OK. He’s got an ongoing issue in his adductor region that needs management, so he’s under constant treatment and medication and it’s something that will need to be reviewed again at the end of the season.

“He will be available for the weekend. He needs to have some treatments over the next two weeks over the international break, then that will hopefully have him available for the Blackburn game and for the last eight games. But it is an issue that’s going to have to be managed through to the end of the season.”

Al-Hamadi is the second Town player to have had an adductor operation in recent weeks, defender Janoi Donacien having gone under the knife towards the end of the season, while right-back Harry Clarke underwent achilles surgery yesterday.

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MK1 added 20:10 - May 14
This is great news. I reckon his rawness will be a massive advantage to us next season. See him being an important part of the matchday squad for us. Get well soon Ali.

rfretwell added 20:18 - May 14
Mk1 his rawness will be a massive advantage in the Premier League?!? He'll to well to start many games at all imho.

IpswichT62OldBoy added 20:40 - May 14
He doesn't need to start, off the bench is his strength at the moment.

Suffolkboy added 21:04 - May 14
It’s OFF season folks — except for the permanent naysayers and doom mongers !
Most of us simply wish AH the best of recoveries and a frightenly good start to the next !

Len_Brennan added 21:16 - May 14
A good Championship loan next season would be the best thing for Ali; he'll need plenty of minutes to continue his development.

Linkboy13 added 11:36 - May 15
Hopefully it's more successful than Donacians who looks like he could be moving on in the summer.

blues1 added 14:01 - May 15
Linkboy13. Not sure what you mean by more
successful than Donaciens? Nothing to say janois hasn't been successful, is there.

Karlosfandangal added 14:41 - May 15
JD was rubbish when came to Town but now what a player and so important to Town last season….as for Ali he seemed to cause panic in the defence when he was running at them

Linkboy13 added 15:00 - May 15
Blues 1 Only that he hasn't played for about 6 months and dosent look likely to that's all just a minor detail. Dispite the operation he is still getting discomfort and if you were an avid reader of TWTD you would have learned this.

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