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Central defender Jake Clarke- Salter could be out of action for between eight to twelve weeks following the injury he sustained in our Sky Bet League One encounter against Charlton Athletic.
The defender was forced to leave the pitch during the second half and was taken to hospital where the extent of his injury was discovered. Following a successful operation, the youngster was in good spirits and is raring to get started on his road to recovery!
The club announced earlier this week that it would be accepting donations to help Bristol Easton Salvation Army as they approach Christmas, which is the busiest time of the year for the charity.
The deadline for donations is 10th December when members of the Rovers first-team will assist in delivering the donations to the Salvation Army.
The promising youngster sustained a serious injury in the Academy's defeat to AFC Wimbledon in the FA Youth Cup.
Academy Head of Medical Services, Steve Bissix, relayed that the youngster had sustained a fractured dislocation of his right ankle, which required surgery on Thursday.
Everyone at the Club wishes Sam a speedy recovery!
Subscribers to GasPlayer can watch highlights of the FA Youth Cup tie HERE.
On Thursday the Club released the news that Director Lee Atkins has decided to step down from the Board.
The Club would like to express its gratitude to Lee for his significant contribution during this exciting period.
The Manager spoke to the press on Thursday morning, ahead of Saturday's trip to Chesterfield.
Darrell spoke about how he wanted a response from his players following Tuesday's defeat and how he is looking forward to going head-to-head against one of his former managers.