Mile Jedinak: I did fear for my eyesight
CRYSTAL Palace midfielder Mile Jedinak has admitted that losing his eyesight was on his mind after suffering a broken eye socket at Huddersfield Town at the end of January.
And in tomorrow's Croydon Advertiser, he says he's hoping to make a comeback against Middlesbrough on Saturday – with some sort of protection.
"It's probably the most indifferent injury I've had in my career," he exclusively told Advertiser Sport.
"Everyone has been great in training - I am hoping to come back in and play some part against Middlesbrough.
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"We have to prove it's a tough place to come for away teams."
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