Mose Masoe suffers a spinal cord injury
Mose Masoe, the Hull Kingston Rovers rugby league player, suffered a serious spinal injury during a friendly pre-season match with Wakefield Trinity on the 12 January 2020.
Masoe lost all feeling from his chest down after one of three artificial discs in his neck gave way and pinched his spinal cord. After emergency surgery at Leeds General Infirmary, he is now recovering at the spinal unit in Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield.
The head coach of Hull KR, Tony Smith, told BBC Radio Humberside: “If Mose is able to walk again that will be a success”.
The club has set up an official Hull Kingston Rovers donation page to raise funds for Masoe’s care and rehabilitation.
Unfortunately, it has been confirmed that the injuries Masoe suffered are career-ending. He is however improving and it is vital that resources to meet his rehabilitation needs are secured to fund his continued recovery and gain as much independence as possible. Masoe is in a fortunate position in that he will be able to access the best treatment and care through the fund-raising activities of his club mates and fans.
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