Jorgensen Unable to Make His Debut at the World Cup

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Max Jorgensen (Credits: Planet Rugby)

The Australian team has confirmed that their 19-year-old player, Max Jorgensen, will not be playing in the World Cup.

According to the reports, the player has injured his ankle during training. The team has now confirmed that the player will be absent throughout the tournament as a means to revive his injury.

The Wallabies player was faced with the injury on the morning of 20th September in training. On further check-ups and scans, it has been revealed that the player is suffering from a fracture.

The Head Coach speaks up.

The team’s head coach, Eddie Jones, expressed his sadness regarding the injury. Jones believes that the player has a massive future ahead of him in the gold Jersey. Jorgensen has worked really hard to come back from a serious knee injury and was training exceptionally well to put his hand up for selection.

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Max Jorgensen with the head coach Eddie Jones (Credits: The Roar)

The team wishes him a speedy and successful recovery and looks forward to seeing him out on the field as soon as possible.

This year was supposed to be Jorgensen’s debut year at the World Cup after getting a surprising selection in Jones’ squad. But the player has now come down with a fracture, which restricts him from playing on the field.

The young man’s fans are deeply saddened to witness the missed golden opportunity for the player, however, we hope Jorgensen will get to have many more such opportunities once he makes a return to the rugby world. The spectators will be observing the teams during the World Cup and wishing for a quick and successful recovery of the young player.

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