Finn Harps Captain Kevin McHugh Severs Finger

Former Derry City footballer Kevin McHugh has had surgery on his finger after his wedding ring got caught in a fence.

The Finn Harps club captain said he was chasing after a football when the incident occurred.

He tweeted a photo of the injury and wrote: "Think that's my season over."
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Following the surgery he wrote: "Op over. Unfortunately finger to badly damaged to repair properly. Thanks for all ur messages, cant reply to all. Esp with 1 hand! #Moveon".


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