Wynand Olivier suffers triple facial fracture
January 9, 2014
Wynand Olivier has been sidelined for an indefinite period after sustaining a serious facial injury while training for his French Top 14 club, Montpellier.
Olivier, 30, sustained a double fracture to a cheekbone and one to an eye socket when a team-mate accidentally ran head-first into his face during a training session on Tuesday.
Olivier, capped 37 times by the Springboks joined Montpellier from the Bulls in 2013.
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