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Professional English footballer, James Vardy will be out for a few weeks as a result of an upcoming hip surgery he will be undertaking soon.
The 34-year-old striker has already made 18 appearances and scored 11 goals this season for Leicester City in the Premier League. Last year, he made 35 appearances and scored 23 goals for the team. He might however have to sit the rest of the season out as a result of a follow-up on the hernia surgery he underwent earlier.
Brendan Rodgers, the manager of the club had said, “Jamie Vardy will be out for a few weeks, As you know, we've been managing him over this last number of months, and he's been absolutely fantastic.
"We have a window now that allows him to have a minor operation on his hernia and then he'll be back within a few weeks. He'll be out for that period.
"It's one that doesn't keep him out for too long, but it's just a repair in and round that hernia area. It's one we feel he can't really put it off much longer.
"We were hoping to do it a few weeks back, but this is a window where we can get it done and that will obviously leave him with a good part of the season where he can be really influential for us."
No doubt, the striker had given his club a good start for the season, appearing in all match fixtures except for the loss to Aston Villa which he missed due to a calf injury.
Everton, Leeds, Wolves, Fulham, and Liverpool are still lined up for Leicester this season and they also have a match with Slavia Prague in the Europa League round of 32 sometime in February.
Will their performance be affected by the absence of their striker?
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