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Melbourne loses Steven May to fractured eye socket, Collingwood to be without Taylor Adams for 10 weeks – ABC News

Melbourne defender Steven May is out of hospital but a nasty eye injury will keep him on the sidelines for potentially a month, while Collingwood’s Taylor Adams…

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Melbourne defender Steven May could be out of action for a month because of a fractured eye socket, while Collingwood vice-captain Taylor Adams will spend 10 weeks on the sidelines.

  • Steven May was taken to hospital after sustaining the eye injury and being concussed
  • May could be sidelined for up to a month
  • Adams may need surgery after suffering a medial collateral ligament strain

May was rushed from the MCG to hospital on Sunday after copping an accidental elbow to the face from Geelong spearhead…

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