After suffering a dislocated knee against the Kiwis, Sydney Roosters winger Ryan Hall is set for a sizeable stint on the sidelines.
Unfortunately whilst suffering defeat to the New Zealand Kiwis on the weekend, Great Britain winger Ryan hall would succumb to a second dislocated knee in 2019.
The former Leeds Rhinos star will reportedly be out of action for around four months, ruling him out for most of the pre-season and likely the World Club Challenge against St.Helens.
It is also expected of Hall to go under a “lengthy” rehabilitation process which could see the player miss the start of the 2020 NRL season.
The winger made his Sydney Roosters debut upon returning from an ACL injury and 2019 and did not impress whilst representing the now back to back premiers, which could come down to said injury impacting him mentally.
This would see the 31-year-old finish the 2019 season playing for the North Sydney Bears in the Canterbury Cup.