Dickson poised for ankle op

Loanee Ryan Dickson looks to have played his last match for Bradford after learning he requires ankle surgery.

Last Updated: 26/02/13 at 17:00

Ryan Dickson: Set to go under the knife

Ryan Dickson: Set to go under the knife

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The 26-year-old Southampton full-back visited a specialist on Monday and was advised to go under the knife as soon as possible, with the predicted recovery time potentially in the region of six months.

Dickson joined the Bantams last month and made six appearances. He is the second City left-back to be ruled out long-term since the turn of the year after James Meredith was struck down with a bout of glandular fever.

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