Western Bulldogs premiership player Toby McLean has suffered a second ACL injury just one month after making a successful return from a knee reconstruction.
The 25-year-old suffered the injury at Whitten Oval during training on Saturday, with the club confirming he would need another knee reconstruction following scans.
Toby McLean has suffered an ACL injury.Credit:Getty Images
McLean had come straight back into the senior side in round 14 against Geelong and he put the Bulldogs in front with a goal in the dying minutes of the after-the-siren loss to the Cats. He played three games but was left out of the team against Sydney in round 17.
McLean has played 94 games and was a key part of the club’s drought breaking 2016 flag.
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