Jonathan Hogg reveals the moment he thought his career was over
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- Jonathan Hogg on the moment he thought his career was over
“I feared that my career could’ve been over” admitted Jonathan Hogg as he gave The Terrier a fascinating account of his horrific injury away at Bristol City.
The combative midfielder laid perfectly still on the ground for eight-minutes, not allowed to move his neck in case he made the damage any worse, after a collision with then-Club Captain Mark Hudson on a cold Friday night at Ashton Gate.
In the newly-styled main player feature, Hoggy gave his own account of the incident:
“I hit the ground and pain surged through my body. I’ve never felt anything like it before.
“It was mainly in my neck, but a tingling sensation and the sharp pain surged through my arm and my back; it felt disgusting.
“I feared that my career could’ve been over.”
You can read all of Hoggy’s thoughts on that moment if you purchase a copy of The Terrier on Friday night against Fulham.
As well as the fascinating interview with Town’s midfield general, you can also find out more about his teammates!
Summer signing Reece Brown reveals the best and worst traits of the squad, Elias Kachunga discusses his favourite shirts, whilst Lewis O’Brien gives fans an insight into his match day playlist.
You will also be able to get the lowdown on our opponents, Fulham. We explore Head Coach Scott Parker’s career milestones to date and highlight some of the key players in the Cottagers’ squad!
Former Fulham ‘keeper Mark Schwarzer also discusses what Town can expect from the London-based Club.
There’s all this and more including the Chef’s Special, a programme from 1952 and the fans’ column.
You can purchase a copy of the programme from around the John Smith’s Stadium and in the Club Shop.
The programme, printed by ACA Creative, will cost £3.50 for 84-pages of exclusive Town content ahead of the 7.45pm kick-off at the John Smith’s Stadium.