O'Toole could return in two-weeks
Having missed a large chunk of last season with a cruciate ligament injury John-Joe O'Toole has also been out this season since October due to a groin problem.
Surgery has finally been undertaken on the midfielder who should be fit to return shortly.
Physio Tony Flynn, as he told the official website, believes he could be fit to play again in a couple of weeks: 'initially, the problem settled down with some rest but as soon as John-Joe stepped things up again, the problem flared up again.
'It's the same procedure that Marc Tierney and Andy Bond have undergone previously and it didn't keep either of them out for long.
'I expect John-Joe to be training again in seven to 10 days and he should be available to play again in two weeks time.'
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