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He said: "After I broke my collar-bone at Inverness I got in the kit van to come home with the kitman.
James Birkinshaw, broken collar-bone and internal injuries.
``I have been riding out again for six weeks now and everything feels great, but Dr Michael Turner advised that I should have an operation, which I believe will shorten the ligaments and tendons so that the collar-bone will be held in place properly.''
Richardson reported feeling sore following a practice after Monday's Under 21 international between Great Britain and Sweden at Reading, though the collar-bone felt better yesterday.
Trainer Charlie Mann, who was at Ludlow, reported: "He's broken a collar-bone and he's been taken to hospital in Swindon."
four broken arms, three fractured collar-bones, one cracked leg, a damaged knee and serious concussion.
The Bees, who were stunned by home and away defeats at the hands of Belle Vue on Friday and Saturday, will again be without the services of broken collar-bone victim Brian Andersen and will be using a guest.
CROCK HORROR Nani's World Cup dream is in tatters after his collar-bone injury
Reigning champion Jason Crump scored only four points after sustaining a suspected broken collar-bone in heat 14.
"The collar-bone is coming on but Eastbourne is a tight track and can be very demanding at times.
I came down on the point of my shoulder and it felt as if I had broken my collar-bone.
Tranmere are resigned to being without Jason Price for at least eight weeks after the versatile Welshman broke his collar-bone during the 1-1 draw at Swindon last Saturday.