GJ Van Velze Will Butler Worcester Warriors season end injuries - Worcester have affirmed the loss of forward GJ Van Velze and Will Butler for their last two Premiership matches following season-finishing wounds.

Previous captain Van Velze, 32, has had medical procedure subsequent to enduring a disjoined right shoulder in the 59-7 thrashing at Exeter on 30 August.

Van Velze, who will have missed Warriors' last five games, ought to be fit to play again in a quarter of a year.

GJ Van Velze Will Butler Worcester Warriors season end injuries

Focus Butler, 22, is to see a master to talk about his lower leg injury.

He has so far just missed one game since getting the lower leg issue against Bath at The Rec on 9 September.

In any case, it is the second time this season that he has endured such a physical issue, the first happening on a similar ground on 28 September a year ago - and that prompted a four-month nonappearance.

Warriors' last two games in the all-encompassing 2019-20 canmpaign are at home to consigned ruling heroes Saracens on Wednesday 30 September, trailed by an excursion to Sale four days after the fact.

GJ Van Velze Will Butler Worcester Warriors season end injuries


Circumcision professional accused of attacking kids

A man has been accused of attacking kids while performing circumcisions in a few English districts.

Mohammad Siddiqui, 54, from Hockley, Birmingham, deals with 34 indictments, including causing real substantial damage and pointless anguish or injury.

Hampshire police said the supposed attacks didn't identify with the act of circumcision itself.

Mr Siddiqui has been bailed to show up before Westminster judges on 6 November.

He is likewise blamed for managing medication when not a suitable expert.

The charges include young men in seven police power regions including Dorset, Hampshire, London, Thames Valley, West Mercia, West Midlands and Wiltshire.

Hampshire Constabulary said the offenses were supposedly dedicated in private habitations somewhere in the range of 2015 and 2018.

In an announcement, the power stated: "This examination is identified with a person's conceivable criminal activities while undertaking circumcision techniques and isn't worried about the act of circumcision itself."


Unscripted television put focus on Malvern youngster to have 'ideal body type'

A youngster who lost 22kg because of a dietary issue said he felt strain to have "the ideal body type" from seeing footballers and unscripted television stars.

Callum Shipp, from Malvern, began getting thinner when he was 16 when his life "just got very upsetting".

The 18-year-old said seeing game and TV stars flaunting their bodies was "so overpowering".

He said he needed different adolescents to gain from his experience.

Addressing BBC Hereford and Worcester's Sons of Anxiety webcast, Mr Shipp said he had watched one period of Love Island and "found that very troublesome".

"Everybody on there has what I thought was the ideal body type and I was contrasting myself against everybody on there and I don't appear as though that and I found that truly hard to manage."

"I feel Love Island and shows that way and game, when footballers remove their shirts when they score an objective or something, it is hard for individuals who are experiencing dietary issues or tension and stuff that way."

ITV's advanced regulator guarded Love Island's absence of body assorted variety in 2018 - depicting the show as "optimistic".

While in 2019 the show's inventive chief stated: "We are not saying that everybody that is in there is the manner by which you should look."

Mr Shipp was determined to have a dietary problem and gotten treatment for around year and a half, remembering a stay for medical clinic for a quarter of a year.

"Having a dietary problem and being male is simply something which isn't generally spoken about, so I was expecting [when I addressed friends], not so much judgment however 'gracious truly?' and stuff that way."

"I simply didn't get that, I just felt so upheld, so agreeable around everybody I told."

He has now made his own booklet Callum's Guide to Survival which he takes wherever to help himself.

Mr Shipp said he additionally recorded everything great that had transpired every day "regardless of whether it was only that I got up".

"Simply the littlest thing to the best thing and it just shields me from zeroing in on the negatives."

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