Cotter Out For the Season After Surgery
Monday, 24th Feb 2020 13:25
Right-back Barry Cotter has been ruled out for the season having undergone surgery for a ruptured adductor.
The 21-year-old suffered the injury late on in the U23s’ 2-2 home draw with Watford a fortnight ago.
Cotter, who revealed that he had gone under the knife on Instagram on Sunday, has made two senior starts this season, both in cups, and scored the winning penalty in the Leasing.com Trophy tie shoot-out at Peterborough.
The Irish U21 call-up, who joined the Blues from Limerick in January 2018, is contracted to Town until the end of June 2021 with the club having an option for a further season.
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