Alhassan Kamara will not be available for this weekend Greek Superleague game against Panionio’s after suffering from a suspected Tendinitis on Friday.
The Sierra Leone striker suffered the injury during a training session ahead of Saturday’s fixture at Panionios.
As a result, the Greek side are light on numbers in attacking positions.
“Kamara, Eriksson, Mihai, Paulo, Morar, are all out injured for this game,” the club stated.
However, the club has not specified how long the striker and other players will be out.
Kamara, 25, who signed for the Greek side on a two-year deal, has yet to score for his new club in six appearances this season.
The former Orebro striker has struggled with injuries while playing for BK Hacken in Sweden.
He was ruled out early March 2015 after picking up Lower body injury and was allowed to rest for the season.
The Former AIK striker was Orebro most outstanding striker towards the end of the 2014 season scoring 14 goals in 14 games but was unfortunate ahead of the 2015 season.
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