More harm issues for American ahead Daryl Dike
WEST BROMWICH, England (AP) — West Bromwich Albion’s American ahead Daryl Dike is going through one other harm layoff on the English membership, which might harm his probabilities of making the United States’ World Cup workforce.
The 22-year-old striker missed West Brom’s 1-1 draw with Watford on Monday within the second-tier Championship and West Brom supervisor Steve Bruce confirmed the American had picked up a thigh harm in coaching on Sunday.
“It’s a real frustration for us all, and the boy,” Bruce was quoted as saying by the Birmingham Mail. “He’s young, he’s 22, desperate to go to the World Cup with his nation, and he’s worked tirelessly to get right. (Sunday) he kicked a ball and has done something to his thigh which didn’t look very good.”
Bruce didn’t give a timeline for Dike’s return because the membership was nonetheless assessing the harm. The World Cup begins on Nov. 21 in Qatar.
“We’re hoping it’s not too bad, but from my experience it’s bad enough the way he pulled up,” Bruce mentioned. “He kicked a ball, frustrating. He knew straightaway. He’s devastated, like all of us. We’re devastated for him because he’s really popular with the supporters because of the way he plays, and the way he is.”
Dike got here off the bench to play 12 minutes in West Brom’s 1-1 league opener this season at Middlesbrough.
He was additionally injured on his full debut in January, leaving the sector with a hamstring harm early within the second half towards Peterborough.
The Oklahoma native joined West Brom on Jan. 1 from MLS membership Orlando City.
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