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Jan 10, 2024   |  4:21PM AET

Sydney FC Injury Report

Sydney FC Injury Report

Sydney FC are hopeful a number of players will be fit to return for this weekend’s Unite Round at Allianz Stadium and over the course of the coming next few weeks.

Here’s a summary of the latest from the physio room for both the Isuzu-UTE and Liberty A-League squads and when we can expect to see our stars back on the park.

Jack Rodwell

Jack felt his calf during the first half against Brisbane Roar at Suncorp Stadium last weekend.  He has had scans which have revealed a tear.

He will undergo rest before undertaking a rehabilitation program and is expected to remain on the sidelines for a number of weeks.

Jack Rodwell (right) is likely to spend a few weeks on the sidelines with a calf injury.

Robert Mak

Robert had soreness in his groins just after half time and came off the field against Brisbane Roar.  He has seen the doctor and undergone scans.  They have revealed a low-level injury and we are working towards the Melbourne Victory game for a return.

Corey Hollman

Corey sustained an injury to his hip flexor muscle during a tackle in the second half against Brisbane Roar.  A scan has revealed no damage and he is available to play this weekend.

Corey Hollman (right) sustained a hip flexor injury during the Brisbane game.

Joel King

Joel sustained a foot injury in a tackle at the end of the game at Brisbane Roar.  An x-ray has revealed no fracture but he damaged the joint on his big toe. He is likely out for six weeks.

Anthony Caceres

Anthony has commenced full training after rolling his ankle against Wellington Phoenix.  He is expected to be available for Saturday’s clash with Adelaide United.

Caceres is set to return this weekend.

Liberty A-League Women

Cortnee Vine

Cortnee tweaked her calf muscle and has missed the last two games as a precaution to avoid further more serious injury.

She could return in one of the next two games against Western United on Sunday or Central Coast Mariners next Wednesday night at Leichhardt Oval.

Vine expected to return in the next two games.

Shea Connors

Shea sustained a broken foot before the game against Brisbane Roar before Christmas.

She is hopeful to return to training in the next couple of weeks with a view to playing in four weeks.

Lucy Johnson

Lucy hurt her ankle ligaments against Adelaide United in round 5 of the Liberty A-League. She is set to join full training in the next week.

She is hopeful of returning at the start of February.

Lucy Johnson of Sydney FC is treated by the club physio Antonietta Del Pinto during the Round 5 clash with Adelaide United.

Fiona Worts

Fiona has undergone surgery for a torn lateral collateral ligament injury in her knee. 

She is expected to be out for the remainder of the regular season.

Natalie Tobin

Natalie is continuing her rehab following ACL surgery.  Her rehab has been going very well and she has commenced light gym and knee strengthening exercises.