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‘Sad news’ for Palace as Ferguson gets thigh injury

‘Sad news’ for Palace

LONDON: Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has affirmed Nathan Ferguson has endured a mishap in his re-visitation of wellness. The 20-year-old still can’t seem to play for Palace following his late spring move from West Brom as he showed up with a knee injury.

He had gotten back to full preparing in front of Sunday’s conflict with Tottenham yet has now endured a thigh injury, with a MRI filter needed to discover the full degree. Hodgson stated: “It is very tragic information. He was and is jumping on quite well and really participate with us this week and has recently become a true blue individual from the crew without us directing what he may or may not be able to. “However, shockingly as now and then occurs in these circumstances, particularly as he is youthful and energetic, it has prompted him getting a slight thigh strain. Right now I am looking out for the aftereffects of that thigh strain from the MRI. It is awful.

“Fortunately it has got nothing to do with the knee injury. It was acceptable that he got through the preparation so well with his knee yet no uncertainty his eagerness in venturing up in the power of his preparation has incited a thigh strain.

“He prepared on Thursday, it was just when I showed up on Friday and addressed the specialist that they educated me that he wouldn’t prepare on account of this inclination in his thigh. “They disclosed to me they planned to get it checked and we’ll keep a watch out. I have no clue (how terrible it is) and they weren’t set up to engage in any mystery.”

Castle, who returned to winning ways at West Brom a week ago after a run of annihilations, are entering a urgent period as 12 players are out of agreement in the mid year. Christian Benteke, Andros Townsend and Patrick Van Aanholt are among the individuals who could leave on a free, however Hodgson needs to keep his crew together. “I’m not edgy for that change. I’ve been working with a large number of them for quite a while, and I acknowledge what they can do,” he said. “Obviously our crew is a major one and a ton of major parts similarly situated where just a couple can play, that doesn’t actually make it simple for them or myself.

“Yet, the primary concern is, players who have contracts running out will have choices to make, and the club will also. I unquestionably am not hoping to lose individuals. There’s a ton of games coming up for a group like us. That will open up open doors for players to get a look in.”