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Non-League Midfielder Facing Spell On The Sidelines After Ribena Accident

Non-League Midfielder Facing Spell On The Sidelines After Ribena Accident

Aldershot midfielder James Rowe has been ruled out for almost the remainder of the season following a 'freak accident' involving a bottle of popular drink, Ribena.

Rowe, who used to be on the books at Reading, dropped the bottle on his kitchen floor and stood on a bit of the shattered glass.

James Rowe
James Rowe
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Shots assistant manager said: "James is a long-term one and he's nowhere near coming back at the moment.

"It was a freak accident at home, unfortunately, I believe. It's going to be months rather than weeks he's out for. It's hopefully not going to be the rest of the season, but it is a serious one."

Aldershot are 13th in the National League following a mixed start to the season with seven wins, three draws and nine defeats.

Gary Waddock's side travel to League One outfit Bradford City for an FA Cup clash this weekend.

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One man who will probably need to be extra careful with his Ribena from now on is Liverpool midfielder James Milner.

He professed his love for the cold beverage after Liverpool beat Roma to reach the Champions League final when the reporter asked him if he was going to celebrate with a drink.

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Ribena then responded hilariously with an incredible tweet that really ought to have led to Milner becoming the face of the club.

Topics: Football News, Football, Non-League

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