Sam Switkowski
Injury Finger
Out with broken finger
FFremantle Dockers
April 8, 2021
Switkowski is expected to miss at least six weeks and likely longer due to a broken finger on his right hand, according to GM Peter Bell.
Switkowski suffered the injury during Round 3 against Carlton and will find himself out for at least six weeks while he wears a splint. Since he'll need time to recover after that, he may not be available until mid-June or later. He scored four goals and took 15 marks in the first three rounds of the season, so Swtikowski could be worth watching when he's back in the summer.
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Injures hamstring
FFremantle Dockers
September 15, 2020
Switkowski suffered a hamstring injury last week and will not return in 2020.
Switkowski seemed to be finally be working his way back from a back issue that cost him nearly all of 2020, but a setback in another area will prevent him from taking the field at all this season.
Set for scratch match
FFremantle Dockers
August 25, 2020
Switkowski (back) will play limited minutes in a scratch match this week.
Switkowski is set for his first AFL action of 2020 following a prolonged issue with his back. The 23-year-old forward played a significant role for the Dockers last season, racking up 205 disposals, 88 tackles and six goals.
Out for Round 2
FFremantle Dockers
June 10, 2020
Switkowski won't be up for selection in Round 2 due to a back issue, but he will travel with the team to the Gold Coast to work on his rehab, per the team's official site.
Switkowski's inclusion on the trip seems like a good sign that his return may not be too distant in the future. More information on his status should begin to surface as he draws closer but consider him out indefinitely until a timetable is established.