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Clovis Kamdjo injury update

17th August 2017

CLOVIS Kamdjo is aiming to be back in first team action at York City in just over two months.

The Cameroon-born midfielder has been out of action since November last year after snapping cruciate knee ligaments in a National League game at Eastleigh.

Speaking to the club website ahead of Saturday's home game against Nuneaton Town, Kamdjo, 26, admits that he is eager to get back on the pitch but will not be rushing his return.

"It feels good to be running but we are taking it slowly," he said. "It was a big one (the injury), unlucky, more of an accident really.

"But the operation went well and I have been back to the surgeon two times and he is quite happy for me to step up my rehab now," he said.

"At the time, I thought I had broken my leg. I have never felt pain like it before," he said. "I knew something serious had happened.

"I can't wait to be back - but we don't want to rush it," he added. "We will take our time and, when I come back, make sure I am fully fit.

"If everything goes well, I should be back by the end of October or November. I want to get back and help the team get back where it should be."

Watch the interview with Clovis and first team physio Mat Johnson by clicking the link below.

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