Aston Villa’s Tyrone Mings Sidelined with Severe Knee Injury

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Aston Villa’s defender Tyrone Mings is facing an extended period on the sidelines due to a significant knee injury he sustained during the Premier League match against Newcastle United.

Mings, 30, was forced off the field during the first half of the game after colliding with Newcastle striker Alexander Isak. The injury appeared severe, and Mings was stretchered off in visible pain.

Villa has confirmed that Mings will need to undergo surgery as part of his treatment and rehabilitation process. This marks a significant blow for both Mings and Aston Villa, as the central defender is an important player for the team. The exact timeline for his recovery and return to action has not been specified, but the rehabilitation is expected to be lengthy.

Mings, who is an England international, has been a crucial part of Villa’s defense since joining the club. This injury setback comes shortly after another blow for Aston Villa, with midfielder Emi Buendia suffering a knee ligament injury in training, ruling him out for an extended period as well.

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Villa’s statement expressed their support for Mings and his recovery process. Mings himself shared his gratitude for the messages of support from both Aston Villa and Newcastle fans. The injury poses a challenge for manager Unai Emery, who will have to adjust his defensive lineup and strategies in Mings’ absence.

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