Bad luck for Walsh: collarbone fracture, end of season and cross over Indonesian debut

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Sandy Walsh has played his last game of this season. The right back of KV Mechelen collided hard with his direct opponent Castro-Montes on Saturday evening. Walsh lay there for a moment and felt his collarbone. After care, he continued playing for a while but was replaced during halftime.

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After the game, Walsh went straight to the hospital for a scan. A collarbone fracture was subsequently determined. Walsh will be out of action for four to six weeks and will therefore miss the last three games of the play-offs with KV Mechelen.

In addition, Walsh may also make a cross about his international debut with Indonesia. Walsh was on track to complete his naturalization process by the end of this month and to make his long-awaited debut for his grandparents’ country in early June. Due to his collarbone fracture, it is now extremely doubtful whether he will be able to finish in time. Indonesia will play against Kuwait, Jordan and Nepal on June 8, 11 and 14 for qualification for the Asian Cup

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