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Vodafone Warriors TV visited halfback Shaun Johnson in hospital today to talk tp him about his injury, surgery and recovery programme.

Among those to drop in as well were Vodafone Warriors head coach Andrew McFadden and assistants Tony Iro and Andrew Webster.

The 24-year-old Johnson's season was ended after he broke his left ankle while scoring a try just before halftime in Saturday night's NRL clash against Manly at Mount Smart Stadium.

He broke the fibula and partially dislocated his ankle as his leg was jammed underneath the weight of Manly second rower Tom Symonds.

Johnson faces a recovery period of four to five months before he'll be able to return to full training.

Watch his interview including his special message for members and fans. 



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