Dan Robson is still potentially in contention for the Rugby World Cup after Wasps confirmed that his illness should not take more than 3 months to recover. Rugby World Cup Tickets can be grabbed from our global event ticket sales market.
The scrum-half had to pull out of the England squad ahead of his last 2019 Six Nations match in 2019, with what was reported at the time as “blood clots that appeared spontaneously and which are evaluated and treated by current specialists, and it is too early to give a return date.”
However, Wasps has now confirmed that Robson, who was about to win his 3rd cap as Ben Youngs’ lineman for the championship highlight at Twickenham, has developed deep vein thrombosis.
“He is currently undergoing treatment which is expected to end three months later, after which he will be available to resume full training,” Wasps said on his website following the weekly press conference preceding the Premier’s visit. Minister to Exeter.
“That means he will not be available for Wasps’ selection for the rest of the season. However, this should allow him to be available for selection in preparation for the World Cup. “
Robson, who was back on the field last week to beat his teammates in their win over Worcester. The day of England’s dramatic draw with Scotland that he was confident that what was happening did not threaten his career.
“It is obvious that I am quite devastated by my latest news, but I know that I am in good hands to get healthy and get back on the ground as soon as possible,” he wrote.
“I appreciate all the support of everyone and a special helping hand for the medical staff who helped me, in particular, to locate the problem and act so quickly.”
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