KV Kortrijk goalkeeper, Darren Keet, will undergo surgery on his shoulder today as he looks to fix a long-term shoulder problem.
The Siya crew reported earlier this month that the 24-year-old would start his side’s games against Sporting Charleroi and Mechelen before going under the knife, something that has now come to pass.
Kortrijk drew 1-1 with Charleroi before hammering Mechelen 4-1, with Keet now missing the rest of the season as he looks to make sure that he’s fully recovered in time for the club’s pre-season in a few months time.
The shot-stopper put on his Facebook page, “After two and a half years of playing with pain, I finally get to have my operation done on my shoulder. Looking forward to a good surgery and being pain free.”
Keet has played a vital role in the Kortrijk squad this season, with only one player, Brecht Capon, playing more games than him throughout the course of the campaign.