Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has said Charlie Adam will not definitely miss the rest of the season after fears the midfielder had suffered a knee injury that would rule him out for the remainder of the campaign, the
Adam suffered the injury in Liverpool’s 3-2 defeat by Queens Park Rangers, going off at half-time at Loftus Road. A scan later confirmed a knee ligament injury and while Adam missed Liverpool’s home defeat against Wigan Athletic on Saturday, Dalglish has said it is not yet known if the Scotland international will play again before the end of the season.
Liverpool are currently suffering through a spate of injuries, with Adam joining forward Craig Bellamy and right-back Glen Johnson, who both have calf problems, central defender Daniel Agger, who has a rib injury, and versatile youngster Martin Kelly, who has an ankle injury, on the sidelines ahead of the Reds’ match with Newcastle United this weekend.
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