QPR midfielder Tom Carroll sidelined with knee injury
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Queens Park Rangers midfielder Tom Carroll has been ruled out for three months with a knee injury.
The 28-year-old midfielder suffered a torn knee ligament during our fixture with Luton Town earlier this month.
Dr Imtiaz Ahmad, the club’s Head of Medical Services, said: “It’s a really disappointing blow for Tom.
“He sustained the injury during our fixture with Luton and after a review with a specialist had an operation on Saturday.
“We anticipate Tom will be sidelined for a period of three months.
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“He is naturally disappointed but determined to return to action this season.”
Carroll, who rejoined QPR in September, has made 24 appearance in all competitions so far this term.
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Manager Mark Warburton will now be on the hunt for a midfielder to help fill the void and bolster his small squad.