Vital Football

Latest Wigan Athletic News

Hugo Out For Three Months!

Hugo Out For Three Months!



Wigan Athletic striker Hugo Rodallega could be facing up to three months on the sidelines following an injury sustained in Saturdays Premier League defeat at Goodison Park against Everton.

With the Latics 2-1 down and time running out the Colombia international battled for the ball with Everton substitute Denis Stracqualursi, unfortunately for Hugo, following the challenge, his right leg appeared to get caught under his body and twisted at the knee, with the Latics man obviously in distress the referee stopped the game and following lengthy treatment he was carried from the pitch on a stretcher with his leg in a brace.

Latics boss Roberto Martinez confirmed that Rodallega has suffered a knee ligament injury and faces a lengthy spell on the treatment table, speaking to the clubs official website Martinez said: 'Hugo has damaged the medial ligament in his right knee and it doesn't look good.

'He's been looking sharp and enjoying his football and it's the biggest negative to come out of the game.'

'The scans will give us a final verdict in the week but, if it's a rupture of the ligament, we're looking at him being out for around nine to 12 weeks so we'll keep our fingers crossed and see if Hugo's body has reacted well to the injury or not.'


Latics appear to be suffering from a spate of early season injury woes, James McCarthy has struggled with an ankle knock, Antolin Alcaraz and Steve Gohouri are both out with calf problems, full backs Ronnie Stam and Emmerson Boyce are sidelined at the moment and Momo Diame has had a slight problem that kept him out of the Everton game, now with Hugo looking to be out until Christmas we will have our squad strength tested to the hilt.

Hugo likely to be out for 3 months

By permission of Bernard Platt/Wigan Athletic



Bookmark and Share



Join The Vital Debate









Latics and Proud



Fancy writing an article about the Latics? Why not get in touch, we are always looking for new contributors, after all we are all Latics fans here and want to get the Latics message to the world, so if you have a favourite match or Latics memory get it jotted down, or whatever you want to say put it into an email and send it to us here at Vital Wigan

To get your article published just click here and we will put it onto the site



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Sunday September 18 2011
Time: 12:47PM

Comments

0
Hugo will be a big miss IMO
worbo
18/09/2011 12:50:00
0
Hugo will be a big miss IMO
worbo
18/09/2011 12:50:00
0
He will be missed? yea right. For gods sake he is supposed to be a striker, a goal or two from him might make him missable. The injury has done Roberto a favour, at least the play me if I am fit contract clause goes out the window for a while. All we need now is for Gomez, Di Santo and Lopez to tweak a hammie enough to put them out for a few weeks which will allow someone with a bit of talent to get a game.
longtom
18/09/2011 13:52:00
0
He will be missed? yea right. For gods sake he is supposed to be a striker, a goal or two from him might make him missable. The injury has done Roberto a favour, at least the play me if I am fit contract clause goes out the window for a while. All we need now is for Gomez, Di Santo and Lopez to tweak a hammie enough to put them out for a few weeks which will allow someone with a bit of talent to get a game.
longtom
18/09/2011 13:52:00
0
Longtom, abit far mate, we all know he is a good player, but he is wasted on the wing, still good but with Di Santo on form what can you do? hope for a speedy recovery for him!
diameslovechild
19/09/2011 01:07:00
0
Longtom, abit far mate, we all know he is a good player, but he is wasted on the wing, still good but with Di Santo on form what can you do? hope for a speedy recovery for him!
diameslovechild
19/09/2011 01:07:00
Page 1/1
  1. 1

Login to post a comment

Recent Wigan Athletic Articles

Stats: Wimbledon AFC v Wigan Athletic

All the stats from Wimbledon AFC (0) vs (4) Wigan Athletic, Kingsmeadow, 16/12/2017 Att: 4,289

Wimbledon AFC vs Wigan Athletic Match Preview

Latics play Wimbledon AFC for the first time ever today. A win could see us seven points clear at the top of the league.

Wimbledon have struggled so far this season and sit near the foot of th

Bristol Rovers trip to be rearranged

Paul Cook's men will be on FA Cup duty that weekend

Burn In Team Of The Week (12/12/17)

Wigan Athletic are represented in the latest Football League team of the week that has been selected after this week's action.

Wigan Athletic Archived Articles

Vital Latics articles from

Site Journalists

Dan Rodenby
Editor email
Profile
Dan Farrimond
no email
Profile
Kieran Makin
no email
Profile

Current Poll (see more polls)

Will Latics win League One this season?
Suggested By: Paul Cook
Yes60%
No24%
Too early to say16%
ScoopDragon Publishing Entire League Network of Sites
Vital Football Comment
Latest F1 News
Latest Vital Boxing News
Write for Vital Football

Recent Wigan Athletic Results (view all)

Wigan Athletic Fixtures (view all)

Vital Members League Table

RankNamePoints
1.Get a Grip!117
2.truelatic4eva104
3.Moonay81
4.walgarthjohn49
5.henski48
6.C_Latic46
7.jeffs right42
8.Oscarbon38
9.Lazysid37
10.Lord of the pies34
The Vital Football Members League