Yeovil Town midfielder Lawson D’ath has confirmed he is set for surgery on a knee injury sustained in the final game of the 2020/21 season.

Speaking to supporters on twitter, the former Reading play maker confirmed he was to go under the knife “next Thursday” (17th of June)

Despite being out of contract at the end of this season, it was noted in the recent player update that D’ath was going to be offered the chance to do his rehab with the team at Huish Park with hope that a contract can be offered once he’s back to full fitness.

D’ath has spent two spells with the Glovers during his career, an initial loan spell in 2012 before returning on a permanent basis in 2019.

It has been a frustrating couple seasons in the green and white for D’ath who only made his comeback from a long term injury in the final games of the season – something which Manager Darren Sarll noted was indicative of the midfielder’s character.

It goes without saying, but everyone at the Gloverscast wishes Lawson well, on his day, a fit and firing D’ath is as good as anyone at this level.


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