West Bromwich Albion are pleased to learn Jade Arber has been discharged from hospital and is recovering at home after sustaining a serious injury in Sunday’s game at Fylde.
The striker landed awkwardly in the 58th minute of the National League Northern Premier fixture and received lengthy treatment before the decision was made to abandon the game.
Jade has accepted an offer from Albion’s medical department to assess the back injury at the Club’s training ground on Wednesday.
Albion Chief Executive Mark Jenkins said: “We were alarmed to hear about Jade’s injury on Sunday afternoon and the Club quickly made contact to offer assistance.
“We’re pleased to learn that Jade has now been discharged from hospital but we know she will require further medical attention which will be available to her here at the training ground.
“We wish Jade a speedy recovery and will do all we can to get her back on a football pitch soon.”