Forward Marios Lomis Undergoes Successful Surgery Following Ankle Injury
Cary, N.C. - North Carolina FC forward Marios Lomis broke his left ankle during training at WakeMed Soccer Park at the end of May, and underwent successful surgery.
Signed in 2018, Lomis has appeared in 37 matches, scoring 13 goals and recording four assists across all competitions during his tenure.
The Dutch forward has begun rehab on the ankle and plans to travel to his native Netherlands to continue his recovery.
North Carolina Football Club wishes Lomis all the best for a speedy recovery and looks forward to having him back in the fold soon.
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