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Andy Frampton facing two months on sidelines

AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley looks on prior to the npower League Two match between AFC Wimbledon and Fleetwood Town at the Cherry Red Records Stadium on April 27, 2013
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AFC Wimbledon defender Andy Frampton could miss the next two months of the season with a shoulder injury.

AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley has admitted that Andy Frampton could miss the next two months of the season with a shoulder injury.

The centre-back, who has been described as "immense" by Ardley, suffered the injury in Saturday's draw with Scunthorpe United.

"The opening signs are that Andy has dislocated his shoulder," Ardley told reporters.

"He managed to put it back in, which is very painful. It's too early to say, but normally it could be six to eight weeks out and that would be a massive blow because he's been immense this season."

Frampton, who started his career at Crystal Palace, moved to AFC Wimbledon at the start of the season after leaving Gillingham.

Gillingham's Andy Frampton in action during the match against Burton Albion on March 27, 2012
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