Robinson visits St George's Park in search of injury cure

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MILLWALL captain Paul Robinson sought injury advice at England's new £105m St George's Park complex in Staffordshire this week.

The 30-year-old has been suffering from a mystery groin problem and the defender was accompanied by club physio Bobby Bacic to a consultation at the national side's new centre of excellence.

The 330-acre site, will house all 24 England teams from junior to senior levels, was opened on Monday.

"We were very fortunate to be allowed access to St George's Park and took Paul along to have a review with their medical team and testing facilities," Bacic told the club's official site.

"They felt that we are going on the right track with a series of injections and corrective exercises to combat the inflammation Robbo is experiencing in his pelvic area.

"The team were also happy that the hernia repair he had in the summer is intact and not in need of further surgery.

"We will return next week to use the facility again and should be able to give more detail when we hope to have Robbo back training."



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