Brammer looking to the future after op.

Last updated : 14 January 2004 By Site Staff
Captain David Brammer is looking positively into the future after under going a groin operation at the end of last season. Brammer has played just 45 minutes since the end of September and after some help from several doctors he is now looking to get back into action as soon as possible:

"If I look back at my career history, I've had three hernias and most of my problems have been groin and stomach-related so I think it's just a process of the way my body is. I've had tight groins for a while, so I think it's just something that's been with me through the years. The operation was a tendon release in the groin and now I'm trying to be positive and try and get back.

"I had contrasting opinions about the injury. A couple said rest and a couple of guys said it needed surgery and it was about making the right decision and hopefully I've made that now."

Whilst Dario admitted he ruled Brams out of any plans this season until he's back on the training pitch, Brammer says he has a comeback date in the back of his mind but is refusing to say what it is:

"I want to say thanks to Dario because he's not rushed me or put in any pressure at all. I have got something in mind about a comeback but I don't want to come out and say anything because I don't want to get disappointed if I don't reach it."

Quotes from Crewe Chronicle