Van Berlo injury tough to Swallow

Written By Unknown on Minggu, 26 Januari 2014 | 12.50

Adelaide captain Nathan van Berlo (right) with the Crows' 2014 leadership group, from left, Richard Douglas, Scott Thompson, Rory Sloane, Sam Jacobs, Patrick Dangerfield and Taylor Walker. Picture: Stephen Laffer. Source: News Limited

ADELAIDE captain Nathan van Berlo has sought the counsel of North Melbourne captain Andrew Swallow as he comes to grips with his ruptured Achilles tendon and begins his fight to play again this season.

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Swallow suffered the same injury in July last year and will be a regular sounding board for van Berlo, who has been announced captain for 2014 despite the injury while vice-captains Patrick Dangerfield and Rory Sloane will take his place until he returns.

Van Berlo spoke about the training accident that led to his season-threatening injury for the first time at West Lakes on Friday afternoon and said it had all been a bit of a blur.

He had been angry, frustrated and disappointed in the wake of his injury but has since resolved to move on with his recovery and continue his off-field duties as captain. He is also expected to work closely with the coaching staff and players during his time off.

"I had a good chat with Andrew last week and he was really good to pass on some wise words from his experience," van Berlo said.

"I told him I'd keep in touch just to pick his brain when I need to, to see how I'm travelling."

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