I was thinking the same! I’m no expert but that kind of injury doesn’t sound as bad as I expected. Now may be a good time to take a gamble to sign him up. I was worried he was going to be off in January. I think it would show how much he is rated at Argyle, but would we take the gamble on his fitness?Give him the new contract we were all wishing for prior to the injury.
It’s worth noting that Lowe has already confirmed that this is the other knee from which he had the serious injury.I think Galloway was permanently injured for Luton due to a problem with his kneecap. This is obviously a weakness for him. While I like Galloway as a player, Argyle need to be cautious about handing him a long contract without first getting an independent medical opinion. Football is a very harsh and ruthless profession and the club can’t afford to pay for injured players- even though that’s an unpleasant thing to say.
I checked Dr Google on football and dislocated kneecaps. The consensus - and I only gave attention to what look like credible medical sources - is that, even if there is no surrounding damage, it would be several months before he can play professional sport competitively again. The likelihood is that his season is over, which is really sad. Maybe he will defy the odds - I certainly hope so.Can't see him playing in the African Cup of Nations now so this will be a double blow for him.