Huddersfield’s Abdelhamid Sabiri breaks collarbone
Sabiri was unfortunate when he sustained the injury three minutes after stepping off the bench in the midweek defeat at Bournemouth, and was replaced by Egypt international Ramadan Sobhi.
Sabiri joined Huddersfield in August 2018 from FC Nuremberg. He was born in Goulmima, Morocco but never played for Morocco. Instead, he featured for Germany U-21 team in three occasions, making his debut on October 16 against Republic of Ireland.
“Hamid unfortunately has broken his collarbone and will be out for eight weeks. It’s very unlucky for Hamid. I really feel for him. He worked hard to get his opportunity and some minutes, but after a very short time he got this injury. We will give him all the support we can,” Huddersfield coach David Wagner said.
The 22-year-old’s injury could give Ramadan Sobhi an important opportunity to get into Wagner’s starting lineup, the thing which he struggled to do since returning from injury as he only appeared three times this season.
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