COBY'S ACED A MIRACLE RETURN
The Non-League Football Paper|April 25, 2021
Sutton star back from horror injury
David Richardson

SUTTON United centre-back Coby Rowe has completed his road to recovery after suffering a horror injury which left him in intensive care.

The 25-year-old ruptured his kidney in a collision against Yeovil Town in October, but returned to action last weekend.

Rowe had played every minute for the U’s at the start of the season as they made their early mark on the National League and took to the pitch again as a second half substitute in their 4-0 victory at Altrincham.

“It’s been nearly six months, it was nice to finally get back out there,” he told The NLP. “The main thing was winning. We lost to Torquay and we didn’t want it to become an issue losing games. It was good to bounce back, we always do that really.

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