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Post  Silvers on 2017-12-03, 12:51 am

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[size=53]Sunderland's injury crisis deepens with two fresh injury blows in home defeat against Reading[/size]
New Sunderland manager Chris Coleman could have done without more injury woes, but Paddy McNair and Bryan Oviedo picked up knocks


Sunderland’s injury problems are mounting with two more names added to the casualty list after the defeat against Reading.
Northern Ireland midfielder Paddy McNair was due to start the game but withdrew after picking up a groin problem in the warm-up, with Darron Gibson drafted in as a late replacement.
And Costa Rica left-back Bryan Oviedo limped off with a knee injury just before the hour mark.
They will both be assessed over the next couple of days to determine how serious those injuries are, and how long they could be out of action.
Boss Chris Coleman is already short of options, with Billy Jones, Lamine Kone, Jonny Williams, Jack Rodwell, Didier Ndong, and Duncan Watmore, all on the injured list.
Coleman admits that the last thing Sunderland need right now is more injuries as they look to drag themselves out of the Championship relegation zone.
“Paddy McNair picked up a groin injury in the warm-up, and we brought in Darron Gibson and changed the shape of the midfield a bit,” he said.
“Bryan Oviedo went off with a knee injury and we don’t know the extent of that, and we won’t know until maybe tomorrow when it has settled down a little bit.
“What we didn’t need was any more injuries, and we have got another two today unfortunately.
“How long they will be out, we will probably know in 24-48 hours.”
The one good thing for Sunderland is that McNair’s injury is not related to the cruciate ligament injury that kept him out for 10 months.
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