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Fremantle Dockers skipper Nat Fyfe to play through pain in AFL return

Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir is backing Nat Fyfe to overcome the pain barrier and play his best football when the two-time Brownlow medallist makes his long-awaited AFL return.

Fyfe underwent two surgeries on his shoulder during the off-season before being grounded by a serious back injury that also required an operation.

The 30-year-old returned to full team training on Thursday, and he is on track to make his AFL comeback in the round 12 home clash with Brisbane on June 5.

Fyfe has endured a litany of injuries over the years and Longmuir said the bash-and-crash midfielder won’t be pain-free when he returns to the field.

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