Plymouth Argyle attacker Mustapha Bundu has been ruled out for a couple of weeks with a hamstring injury following MRI confirmation.
Bundu and teammate Hardie limped off during last weekend’s 3-2 defeat at Ipswich Town.
Manager Steven Schumacher has confirmed that both remain on the injured list with hamstring problems. The Sierra Leone International suffered a grade two hamstring strain.
Bundu’s injury is not considered too serious, but he could be out of action for only a couple of weeks. Manager Steven Schumacher is hopeful Bundu can return sooner.
Schumacher said: ” Mustapha is moving a little bit better; he’s got a bit more range and a bit more power through his hamstring. Touch wood, he won’t be too long. As [physiotherapist] Gareth [Law] always says, he’ll treat the player and not the scan, and get their rehab in order accordingly, to get them back on the pitch as soon as possible.”
With ten days to Sierra Leone’s opening World Cup 2026 qualifier against Ethiopia, the news makes Bundu’s availability slimmer.
Mustapha Bundu opened his Plymouth Argyle as they returned to winning ways at Home Park with a 3-0 victory over Sheffield Wednesday on 25th October.