Norwich City midfielder, Conor McGrandles has suffered a suspected broken leg this afternoon.
McGrandles is on-loan at his former club, Falkirk and the Bairns’ manager, Peter Houston had this to say:
He’s away to Inverclyde hospital,’ he told BBC Scotland.
‘He said right away to his team-mate that it’s broken and the doctor and physio thought the same thing when they went on the field.’
McGrandles was stretchered off towards the end of Falkirk’s 1-0 win over Morton after a challenge with Morton’s Joe McKee, with his right leg in a splint – Falkirk’s first win since January 2nd. Houston says he’ll know more later in the evening but is ‘prepared for the worse.’
‘My thoughts are more with Conor than being delighted with any victory, said Houston.
‘He’s a young lad we’ve brought up from Norwich; a former Falkirk player. It’s certainly put a huge dampener on what was a valuable three points for us.’
If it is a definite broken leg then we can only hope there aren’t any complications and that Conor can get back to full fitness as soon as possible.
All at Vital Norwich wish you a speedy recovery, Conor.