Coventry City boss reveals major injury……

After a great away win, Coventry City manager announces a big injury blow.
Coventry City match reaction from CoventryLive as Mark Robins discloses some devastating injury news following a brilliant 2-0 win at Stoke City.

The revelation that Matty Godden could be out for up to four months has dealt a big blow to Coventry City.

On Wednesday night, the Sky Blues attacker suffered an ankle injury against Sheffield United, and examinations indicated that he has damaged ligaments that would require surgery to mend.

Godden was notable by his absence at Stoke today, as Mark Robins’ side won 2-0 at the Bet365 Stadium to claim their third Championship win in a row and move up to third from bottom.

Robins was overjoyed with the victory, but Godden’s injury put a damper on an otherwise wonderful day on the road. The 31-year-old has experienced a string of injuries and illnesses over the previous few years, including a long-standing foot injury and appendicitis.

When asked about Godden’s absence, City manager Phil Parkinson stated, “Matty is going to be out for a while, three to four months.” He’s damaged a ligament in his right ankle, so it’s just bad luck for him, and he’ll be gone for a few months.

“His foot was in the air, and the ball hit him mid-air with a loose ankle, and he moved it outside, and as it landed, he put his weight through it, which obviously caused him a major problem.” “It’s the law!”

When asked if he would need surgery, he responded, “Probably.” It’s a huge blow for him and for us.”


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