Roosters playmaker Luke Keary has revealed Angus Crichton is “doing really well” after the backrower took an indefinite break from rugby league due to a bipolar diagnosis.
The 27-year-old and Roosters premiership-winner hasn’t featured for the Tricoulours this season, with Crichton’s father revealing last month that he is seeking “professional support and treatment for a medically diagnosed bipolar disorder”.
Keary revealed Crichton’s recovery is tracking along well and spoke on whether a return to action will come soon.
“I spoke to him last week, he’s doing really well. He’s gone to get the help he needs,” Keary said on Triple M’s Sunday Sin Bin.
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