Scott Lycett is out for a significant period of time.
He injured his shoulder last week against Melbourne.
Lycett has been diagnosed with a shoulder dislocation, he will undergo surgery.
He is expected to miss 3 months.
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Head of Medical Services, Tim O’Leary provided an update on Friday.
“We gave Scott every chance to get up and he really tested his shoulder at training today, but unfortunately he was unable to get through,”
“We have decided the best course of action will be to have the shoulder repaired, which will unfortunately see him miss around three months of football.” O’Leary said.