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Revolution Injury Report: Angking Undergoes Surgery, Justin Rennicks Out For A Few Weeks, Buchanan Looks Ok
On Tuesday the New England announced that 19-year-old midfielder Isaac Angking underwent a successful surgery to debridge his left knee on Tuesday afternoon.
The procedure was performed at Brigham and Women’s/ Mass General Health Care Center by Dr. Scott Martin.
Angking, the clubs fourth ever Homegrown Player is expected to be out for six-to-eight-weeks.
The Providence RI Native has yet to appear with the 1st team in 2019 but has appeared for the Academies U-19 team playing a full 90 minutes on March 17th.
Buchanan Looks Ok, Justin Rennicks Likely Out For A Few Weeks
In addition to the Angking news New England Revolution Head Coach Brad Friedel provided an update on Tajon Buchanan and Justin Rennicks.
“Tajon looks to be okay. We’ve gotten the go ahead for him to resume full.” said Friedel on Tuesday.
As for Rennicks, well the news isn’t as good.
The Homegrown Player suffered an injury when he was away on International Duty with USNMT U-20 squad where he exited early in their match against France.
At the time it appeared to be a hamstring issue, something Friedel confirmed on Tuesday.
“He has a Grade 1 strain on his hamstring. Usually – I’m not a doctor – but those are two-to-four weeks. It just happened on a sprint.”