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De Goey heads to Germany

Jordan De Goey has headed overseas for treatment on his hamstring - Collingwood Magpies
Jordan De Goey has headed overseas for treatment on his hamstring

Collingwood forward Jordan De Goey flew out for Germany on Sunday evening to be assessed by world renowned hamstring specialist and Bayern Munich head doctor, Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt.

The Magpies made the call to send De Goey to Germany shortly after Friday night’s Qualifying Final victory over Geelong.

De Goey was unable to complete the match due to a hamstring strain he suffered in the first term.

It was the 23 year-old’s return match after suffering a hamstring injury in round 19.

Teammates Ben Reid, Darcy Moore and Jamie Elliott have all been treated by Muller-Wohlfahrt, as have the likes of Ronaldo and Usain Bolt.

“Anything that can reasonably assist and expedite Jordy’s recovery is worth exploring,” said Collingwood GM of Football, Geoff Walsh.