Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Soccer's Harry Kane Out With Ankle Injury

British soccer player Harry Kane, on loan from Tottenham, playing for Norwich, will be out at least a month with an ankle injury he suffered in the Capital One Cup against Doncaster.
The 19 year old striker damaged his ankle and broke a metatarsal bone. He has since undergone surgery on his fifth metatarsal and will face eight weeks on the sidelines.
Norwich manager Chris Hughton was downtrodden about losing Kane for such a long period of time and said to reporters: "It was so innocuous because there was no contact. It is a shame. We know he went over his ankle. He is being assessed. He will certainly be out a period of weeks, a month-plus rather than short of that. It is disappointing for us."
Hughton continued, "He will be a big loss because he is a young player of fabulous potential. It was a big move for Harry to come here, an exciting move. I feel for him at the moment. It is a real disappointment, especially when he was just up and going. He has settled in very well. We hope it is a shorter period rather than a longer one."
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