Denizlispor midfielder Sankoh may be out for up to six weeks with broken arm

Oct 16, 2016 | Players Abroad News | 1 comment

Denizlispor may be without midfielder Alfred Sankoh between three to six weeks having broken his right arm.

Sankoh suffered the injury in today’s 2-0 league defeat away to Boluspor at the Bolu Atatürk Stadium and was taken off the pitch in the first 20th minute.

The Turkish second tier side does not yet confirm the length of time that their Sierra Leone midfielder will be out of action for.

However, the 27-year-old is expected to be out of action between three to six weeks, it will all depend on the severity of the injury.

Sankoh shared the sad news on his Facebook account, “Really sad seeing myself suffering on the pitch with a broken arm in our match this afternoon, but I believe in the almighty God. I will be back soon.”

He joined the Turkish second tier from Balıkesirspor as a free agent on a one-year deal and has settled straight in at Denizli, already featuring six times for the club.

The former Şanlıurfaspor midfielder is a key player for Denizlispor this season.

He will also miss important matches for the TFF League One side in the next coming weeks.

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