Sad injury news: Collingwood 2 key players under go career ending injury………

Collingwood’s injury crisis gets worse as Mason Cox and Jordan De Goey miss prolonged amounts of time.

In summary, Collingwood’s terrible injury run will continue into the upcoming month of the season, resulting in the absence of both Mason Cox and Jordan De Goey.
De Goey has a “abdominal tendon tear,” according to scans, while Cox injured his knee after twisting his leg awkwardly during Friday’s game against Fremantle.

What comes next? Cox is anticipated to return in six weeks, while De Goey, who is undergoing treatment, is anticipated to return “within three to four weeks.”

The Collingwood star Mason Cox is out for at least six weeks, and Jordan De Goey could miss up to another month of football as the reigning premiers assess the cost of their growing injury toll.

Tall and versatile players Jeremy Howe (groin) and Jack Bytel (concussion) should be available for Friday night’s game against the Western Bulldogs.

On Wednesday, during the Magpies’ primary practice, the duo will be put to the test.
However, Cox is undergoing concussion protocols and is dealing with a knee injury, while De Goey remains sidelined with what is now believed to be an abdominal tendon tear.

De Goey was sidelined for Friday’s draw against Fremantle due to “groin awareness” in round 10.

The Magpies released a statement stating, “Further assessment revealed Jordan De Goey sustained an acute rectus abdominal tendon tear.”

“The 28-year-old is expected to return within three to four weeks as he works through his rehab program.”

Ruck-ahead During the Dockers draw, Cox was hit in the face and twisted his knee during a tackle.

“Scans have confirmed Cox sustained a Grade 2 medial collateral ligament (MCL) injury from the match in addition to the concussion,” the statement read.

The 33-year-old is anticipated to make a comeback in six weeks while he recovers from his MCL injury.

Furthermore, Collingwood goal-kicker Brody Mihocek will be sidelined for three to five weeks due to a recurrence of his bothersome hamstring injury against Fremantle.

In the same game, breakout fan favorite Joe Richards suffered a metatarsal fracture and will be out for four to five weeks.

In order to manage a vascular issue, fellow forward Jamie Elliott is still on a modified training program. He hopes to return within the next two to five weeks.

Elliott is scheduled to return on the same day as Tom Mitchell (plantar fasciitis), and Will Hoskin-Elliott (hamstring) is anticipated to return in two weeks.

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