Calgary, AB (April 8, 2022) – The following is a Cavalry FC update relating to the current injury status of players who have sustained injuries during 2022 preseason training. None will be able to start the season on the active roster.
Goalkeeper Tyson Farago (CAN) is suffering from a back injury as a result of being in a car accident during the off-season. Farago’s return to play is undetermined at this stage.
Tom Field (ENG) recently suffered damage to his knee during a pre-season training session. The left-back will undergo the necessary surgery and rehabilitation process to return to the field as soon as possible.
Joe Di Chiara (CAN) recently suffered damage to his MCL during a pre-season training session. He has a 12-16 week recovery period ahead of him, and is expected back on the pitch before the end of the season.
Anthony Novak (CAN) recently suffered damage to his ACL during a pre-season training session. The striker will undergo the necessary surgery and rehabilitation process to return to the field as soon as possible.
“We are disappointed for the lads as they’ve had a terrific pre-season and the work they did in the off-season was starting to show. We know that they will put in the work needed to get back as soon as possible and support the team as best they can, whilst we will do the same on their journey.”
– Tommy Wheeldon Jr. (Head Coach & General Manager, Cavalry FC)
The club will continue to support players through their recovery and rehabilitation process as they pursue a full return to play in due course.