Monday, 5 September 2011

Logan requires surgery after clash

Long-serving: Logan played-on despite facial injuries
On-loan Foxes goalkeeper Conrad Logan will undergo surgery after he received substantial facial injuries whilst playing for Rotherham United against Swindon on Saturday.

The Irish keeper, the longest-serving on the books at the King Power Stadium, will undergo rhinoplasty and dental work for his injuries, sustained after a clash in the first minute involving Swindon duo Michael Raynes and Lukas Magera. Logan completed the full ninety minutes of the fixture but now faces a wait on the sideline following his surgery.

"He'll have his nose reset and some work done on his teeth," said Millers' boss Andy Scott, "Half were missing or in the wrong place."

Logan is on loan at Rotherham in a six-month deal. He has enjoyed spells at Bristol Rovers, Stockport County, Luton Town and Boston United since agreeing professional terms with the Foxes in 2001. The 25-year-old has made 23 appearances for Leicester City's senior side.
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