BARRY DOUGLAS has vowed to return to action stronger than ever after the Leeds United defender was ruled out for the remainder of the season with knee ligament damage.
The 29-year-old suffered the injury during Leeds United’s 3-2 victory against Millwall on Saturday, even soldiering on until the end of the match in spite of the pain.
Subsequent scans have confirmed that the former Dundee United and Queen’s Park full-back is facing three months on the sidelines following the setback, ruling him out of Leeds’ Championship promotion push.
He tweeted: “Not how I wanted my season to end but unfortunately for
Douglas has made 27 appearances for Marcelo Bielsa’s men this season, laying on five assists and playing a pivotal role in their rise to
Douglas has also turned out for Lech Poznan and Konyaspor, winning the Polish title and Turkish Cup respectively.