What happens when your favourite surgeon says no?
It was the kind of weekend when it was impossible to miss.
On Saturday, at least 12 surgeries were performed at the hospital in Preston, which is run by the Preston and Preston North End clubs.
It was the second weekend in a row that a number of surgeries had been postponed by the time the Preston Football Club took on the Preston United in their final game of the season.
The Preston North enders had a hard time with their new signing, but it was the surgery on the hip of the player who was the main concern.
It is believed that the surgeon had been told the procedure would take around eight to 10 days, and had been hoping to have it done in time for the game.
It had been feared that it would take until Sunday to make the decision.
The team had also been warned not to wear anything that looked like a prosthetic on their faces.
There were also concerns about the size of the procedure, as they could be seen in the pictures from the clinic.
The club have made it clear that they will not take any action against the surgeon.
Preston United manager Gary Johnson said: “We’re disappointed that the surgery was postponed.
It was a very difficult day for everyone.
It’s not just the football club that is suffering.
We have got to find ways of coping with the shock.
I’ve had to go back and look at some of the other clubs, but we have a couple of clubs who have had the same issue.”
We have to be a little bit more cautious with this procedure.
“The surgery was a minor operation on the same hip that the Preston players had been dealing with.
The operation was a “small operation” that would have cost around $150,000, said Preston’s medical director, Dr Ian Brown.
Pregnant women can expect to spend about $2,500 for a hip replacement.
The problem was that the doctors were unable to reach the patient, and he was unable to get a scan.
It meant that the team had to wait until the weekend to make a decision.
It has been reported that the player’s wife, who has an existing hip problem, was the only one who had been informed.
Pompey have made the decision to postpone the operation until Sunday, but Johnson said the club had to make that decision for everyone at the club.”
I’m very disappointed.
It’s a big blow,” he said.”
It’s a shame for everybody.
But at the same time, we have to go forward and make sure we do what’s right for the whole club.
We have got the same medical staff as the rest of the football team.
“The operation had been delayed due to poor communication between the patient and the team, and the club were told that the operation was “unlikely to be done in due course”.
It is not known how many people will have to wait before they can be told when the operation will take place.