Date: 19th December 2011 at 8:32pm
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Following hot on the heels of confirmation of Wes Morgan’s 6-8 week lay off, due to ankle ligament damage, Joel Lynch is also reportedly injured again with further problems to his groin injury.

Morgan went off injured early in the 1-0 defeat to Palace just over a week ago and was replaced on Saturday by Joel Lynch, who was himself not 100% fit following groin problems. He was substituted after 22 minutes at Bristol on Saturday, after aggravating the same injury again.

Lynch’s injury is proving to be something of a mystery for the Forest Physios. Steve Cotterill told the official site. ‘The only thing is we’re struggling to find what is wrong there, what is going on. He obviously has a problem but we’ve had everything scanned and there’s not a lot more we can do with that. The physios are carrying on with their work and having a look at it.’

Brendan Moloney who replaced Lynch on Saturday, was himself carrying a knock he picked up in a reserve game a fortnight ago. The defence is so threadbare at present, that Cotterill may have little choice in the coming weeks but to throw in the kids.

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One Reply to “More Defensive Woes For Reds’”

  • Throw in the towel more like – the whole situation is a joke, was totally predictable & more importantly avoidable if we had made a left back a priority signing (oh I remember thats what they did say wasn’t it?) & shored up the rest of the defence instead of bringing back old players & has beens. There will be no good news coming out of the club until it is sold & we are not even very good at that at the moment are we Nigel? Oh sorry Frank…………….

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