Date: 28th November 2007 at 8:47am
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Addicks striker Svetoslav Todorov might be out for the remainder of the season but this doesn’t stop him being an Addicks player, so news on his progress will be something we want to know.

Svetoslav Todorov has had his reconstructive surgery on his knee, which took 90 minutes, however further damage was discovered. Along with his ruptured anterior cruciate ligament and fracture of the knee socket (all sustained after a terrible challenge from a Plymouth player in the Addicks defeat in October) a small tear was found in his lateral meniscus (which means nothing to me.)

Physio Steve Allen told the Newsshopper.co.uk: “He had also partially torn his medial collateral ligament and there was a small tear in his lateral meniscus, which was stitched during the operation.”

The Bulgarian striker has always remained in high spirits about his own ability to return after the injury, and the thought is that Svetoslav Todorov is keeping in high spirits.

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