last july,2011 while playing football i sprained my ankle. i was going to hit a long shot(not punch) bt accidentaly i hit my leg on the groung with no contact with the ball. my foot got bent outward. i thought it might be a minor pain and so i waited for 2 months. but it did not heal.
inspite of that i did not go to the doctor because i got a zonal tournament on october. i played the tournament with the injury but it was my luck that i did not get more injured.but still i couldnt hit shots but jst run with the ball and pass.
1 month late i again ran in an athletic meet eith the leg.it was totally normal.
but now also running is not a factor.i am not able to bent my leg outwards because of the previous injury.so i am not able to play football because while hitting a shot the leg has to bend slightly outwards and then it hurts a lot.
so i want to know whether my leg will ever heal or not and will i ever be able to play football?if yes,then how?
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