Iversen out for a month . . . Panthers blow

PETERBOROUGH will be without number one Niels-Kristian Iversen until next month.

PETERBOROUGH will be without number one Niels-Kristian Iversen until next month.

The Readypower Panthers skipper fractured his shoulder blade when he crashed during Holsted’s Danish Superleague match at Slangerup on Wednesday night.

He said: “It’s bad news – I’ve broken my shoulderblade.

“The doctor says I will be three weeks on the sidelines but I will start having laser treatment as soon as I’m back in the UK.”


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The Hampton-based Iversen expects to fly back over the weekend and will then make regular trips for treatment from Ipswich physio Brian Simpson.

Panthers go into action at bogey track Swindon tonight with Poole’s Davey Watt as a guest replacement for the absent captain.

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