New Zealand winger Nehe Milner-Skudder has revealed he has suffered another setback in his recovery from a shoulder injury. The Hurricanes flyer has been forced to go under the knife for a second time after an initial operation was not enough to resolve the problem.
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Now, with his chances of featuring for the All Blacks at the World Cup in Japan all but gone, Milner-Skudder revealed via social media the latest news that will delay his return to action. “There was plenty to work towards and look forward to on the Rugby to-do list,” Milner-Skudder posted to Instagram.
“But unfortunately due to ongoing issues with my shoulder from a prior surgery not going as well as we’d hoped, it was the best decision to go under the knife again to get it sorted.”